Tickets On Sale Now!

The 2018 Tour de Cure Snow Ball will be held on Saturday 23 June 2018 at The Star Events Centre and we would be thrilled if you would join us again this year. To snatch up a highly coveted table, please contact Cassandra Prothero at cass@tourdecure.com.au or 0418 420 690. Last year we were sold out months before the event so make sure you get in quick!
 
A standard table of 10 guests is $3,500.00 which includes a three course dinner with matching wines and entertainment.
 
A VIP table of 10 guests is $6,800.00. Apart from the standard inclusions, this also includes the following:

  •  VIP/premium seating in the room so closer to stage and action as well as near other corporates/VIPS
  • 2 x bottles of French Champagne on your table 
  • Option of having your table branded with your company logo
  • Premium gift bags  

A VIP table also includes a $3,300.00 donation which may be tax deductible for you or your company.


A night of glamour

One of Sydney's premier charity events, the Tour de Cure Snow Ball has raised more than $4 million for pioneering cancer projects since it was launched in 2014.

The Snow Ball is a spectacular night of entertainment and fun, attracting popular celebrity supporters, Sydney's philanthropic elite and leading corporate organisations. It includes exciting live auctions and big-ticket raffle items. Each year, the event gets bigger and raises more funds for those touched by cancer.

It really is life changing!


Meet Sam Carroll from Snow Ball 2017

Cancer is insidious and unforgiving to the children and families who have to endure it.

Sam Carroll was diagnosed with cancer at just 9 years of age. Now 12 years old, this young man captured hearts and minds when he told his story to more than 900 people at the Snow Ball 2017, reminding us all why we must keep striving for a cure.

Here's what Sam had to say.


“We're the nation that found the cure for cancer – that's what we want hanging over us. So it's up to you. We've got the bright young scientists – all they need is money.”

Actor, Paul Hogan


Volunteers Wanted – the backbone of the Ball

The Snow Ball would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our amazing volunteers. Their tasks include sourcing prizes and sponsorship, logistics, selling raffle tickets and helping with live and silent auctions.

To find out more about volunteer opportunities at the Snow Ball, contact Cassandra Prothero at cass@tourdecure.com.au.


Our generous partners

The Snow Ball is only possible because of the generous support we receive from our partners.

They include our presenting partner, ABC Bullion and other leading brands such as:

    • Vittoria Coffee
    • oOh!
    • The Star
    • Robinson Legal
    • Adobe
    • Lexus
    • Channel 7
    • Optus
    • the Basement
    • Opera Kitchen

Their support ensures the Snow Ball remains at its spectacular best and helps to raise vital funds for the world-class cancer projects that really make a difference.

For sponsorship opportunities please contact Cassandra Prothero at cass@tourdecure.com.au or 0418 420 690


Thank you Sydney – you're amazing

We are extremely proud that since its launch in 2014, the Tour de Cure Snow Ball has raised more than $4.15 million for ground-breaking cancer research, care and support projects.

Run with the utmost efficiency by the Tour de Cure Ball Committee – who all give their time, skills and expertise on a voluntary basis – all revenue and costs are fully disclosed.

    • 2017 – $1.4 million
    • 2016 – $1.3 million
    • 2015 – $900,000
    • 2014 – $550,000

We're so grateful for the incredible support we receive from our loyal corporate partners, donors and supporters. We've had an amazing time so far. But most importantly, your generosity has helped to restore hope to those touched by cancer.

Together we will find the answers.

Thank you Sydney

Snow Ball 2017 was inspirational, fun, heartbreaking. We had an amazing time.


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"We're forever grateful to everyone who helps to make this event a success."

Dominique Robinson, Chair of the Tour de Cure Snow Ball Committee