Foreign Sisters 10th Anniversary Dinner 2016

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Tables of ten are priced at £3,000.  There a limited number of individual tickets available at £300, which can be purchased by contacting Isabella Rigby at or call 0203 469 6065

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A fundraising dinner for 380 women (and for this year only, men) from more than 60 different countries.

Foreign Sisters UK was founded in 2007 to increase the awareness and international standing of Cancer Research UK, and to support the outstanding and vital work of its scientists and doctors. Over the past nine years, Foreign Sisters UK has raised over £850,000 for Cancer Research UK through an annual luncheon attended by women from over 60 countries based or living in London.

To mark the 10th anniversary of the Foreign Sisters, this year’s event will take the form of a dinner, and for the first time the event will also welcome ‘brothers’. This year’s dinner will once again be sponsored by Dior and will take place at Banqueting House, where guests will enjoy a Champagne reception, a delicious three course dinner with wine, a variety of speakers, and a chance to catch up with friends old and new.

Just like last year, all the funds raised at the event will go towards Cancer Research UK's Create the Change campaign to raise funds for the development of the Francis Crick Institute.

Located in the heart of London, this will be a new biomedical research institute of global importance and impact.

This is a supporter-organised event

This event is organised by a Cancer Research UK supporter. Cancer Research UK staff may have supported the event organiser but the charity is not responsible for the event itself. Our supporters are legally obliged to return any fundraising money that they have collected in aid of Cancer Research UK. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser directly.

The event organiser is encouraged to look at all aspects of safety for their event or activity. Cancer Research UK cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury caused as a result of taking part in the event.

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