OT for MS: A Night to Raise

The Multiple Sclerosis Society and Occupational Therapy Australia present OT for MS: A Night to Raise, a charity ball to be held on the 25th of June to raise funds for people living with MS.

MS is considered the most common neurological condition affecting young Australian adults, each day 5 more people are diagnosed with the condition.

This charity ball is a night not to be missed and will include a 3 course meal and a five hour drink package including beer, wine & champagne.

Dance the night away with a LIVE seven piece swing band Lucky 7, a DJ and be entertained by dancers including rock and roll, RnB , salsa and belly dancers.

Browse some of the many items up for grabs in the silent and major auctions including diamond jewellery, sporting memorabilia, SA getaways and local produce.

Local designer Caterina Varacalli will have exclusive gowns up for auction. Caterina’s work is impeccable and she has designed gowns for the Brownlows, Logies, Magarey Medal and other elite functions.

MS is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40, symptoms are unpredictable and vary greatly from person to person.

They may include, fatigue, impaired vision, loss of balance and muscle coordination, slurred speech, tremors, stiffness, bladder and bowel problems, difficulty walking, short-term memory loss, mood swings and in severe cases, partial or complete paralysis.

Receiving occupational therapy assists in making everyday activities easier and safer for people living with MS and aims at maintaining independence for longer, leading to a more fulfilled life.

So gather your friends, family and work colleagues and book a table for a fun night out to support a very worthy cause.

The ball will be held at the Donato Reception Centre, Kilkenny on June 25th.
Tickets are $750 for a table of 10 or $80 each, and can be purchased online at

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