On Friday March 31, CanTeen and the Adelaide Zoo are teaming up for the second year of The Secret Garden Party.
Celebrating all things good in life while creating change, the party is on the lawns of the Adelaide Zoo. Talk about scenic!
This evening of dancing, eating and drinking is all in the name of helping make the world a better place, especially for those who need it. All proceeds of this party go toward CanTeen, who support the young people of Australia who have had their ‘worlds turned upside down by cancer’.
CanTeen help people with cancer aged 13-25, providing a range of support for those affected and their families, as well friends, teachers, and those who have had cancer in the past.
By supporting CanTeen, those affected (and their support systems) have access to counselling – both online and IRL – and also putting you in contact with those in similar positions. This charity also have a range of information and resources available to anyone who may need it.
So, by literally having a dance and a drink of something nice, you’ll be doing something great for our community.
Some of the event supporters include Paxton Wines, Kirin Beer, and Blanco Food & Events who will assist in making the night a gorgeous one.
What: The Secret Garden Party
When: Friday the 31st of March, from 5.30pm – 10pm
Where: The Central Lawns of the Adelaide Zoo
Tickets: Available here
Note: This event is an 18+ only event
All images via The Secret Garden Party's Facebook event page
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