Oh what a night! Charity Ball a great success

We are absolutely thrilled by the incredible support we received from numerous businesses and individuals at The Cooper Group Cancer Society Nelson Tasman Charity Ball. Your generosity, whether through auction items, event support, or other contributions, played an instrumental role in making this event an overwhelming success.

We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the supporters and donors who joined us at the event with over 200 people attending the event. Your unwavering commitment to the spirit of giving, resulted in an astounding fundraising total of $103,000. This remarkable sum will undoubtedly have a significant impact on those affected by cancer and their loved ones.

We extend our deepest gratitude to Debbie Cooper and The Cooper Group for their invaluable support as the naming rights sponsor and as our most passionate advocate for this event. And a big shout out to Debbie for doing a stellar job as auctioneer on the night.

The highlight of the evening were our Live Auctions, made possible by the incredibly generous contributions from numerous businesses and individuals. We had 21 Live Auction lot items on the night.

We would like to give special recognition to the last auction item of the night, a gracious donation by the internationally acclaimed artist Maico Camilo, which fetched an impressive $20,000! This remarkable outcome truly reflects the high regard in which Maico’s artwork is held. 

We were astounded not only by this exceptional bid but also by the many other remarkable offers we received for the Live Auction items.

Once again, thank you to all the supporters, donors, businesses, individuals, and volunteers who made The Cooper Group Cancer Society Nelson Tasman Charity Ball an unforgettable success. Your kindness and generosity have made a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by cancer, and we are truly grateful for your unwavering support.

Here is a link to our event summary, which highlights the many businesses that supported the event.