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The Debbie Fund Fifth Anniversary Event


The Debbie Fund would like to invite you and your friends to join them at the Debbie Fund Fifth Anniversary Event on Tuesday 3rd March 2015, 6.30pm to 9.30pm at 11 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN.

If you have not yet purchased your tickets you may like to know that we now have two payment options:

Online purchase for payment by credit card, with an admin fee of £4.78 to cover our cost of processing payment in this way click here.

Should you prefer to pay by cheque with no admin fee, please complete the attached form.

This promises to be a most enjoyable evening to mark the fifth anniversary of Debbie Fund, with special guest Jeremy Paxman. Guests will enjoy champagne, canapés and bowl food and will have the opportunity to bid for exciting auction prizes throughout the evening. All funds raised will go directly into the research at UCL to improve treatments for women with cervical cancer, continuing to help reduce the number of women (around a quarter of a million worldwide) who die of cervical cancer each year.

If you are unable to join us but would like to support Debbie Fund you can do so by following this link to make a donation. click here to donate

We hope you will be able to enjoy the evening with us and enable us to continue to develop the research programme which your generosity has made possible.

Helen Jameson, Rowena Eno, Louise Hutchinson, Elizabeth Philipps, Katy Phillips

Debbie Fund Advisory Board

Information on the ILA Debbie Phillips Bursary for Insolvency Law

The Debbie Fund Fifth Anniversary Event booking form

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