You are invited to join our fundraising event, celebrating and supporting our leading female oncologists and specialist
surgeons located at The Bays Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Mornington, who care for community members undergoing cancer
To be held once again at the bright and buzzing Mercetta on Main Street, Mornington. Enjoy a local wine and deliciously generous finger food, place your bids on the incredible silent auction packages including vouchers and products from some of Mornington Peninsula’s most coveted, whilst catching up with fellow influential women of the Mornington Peninsula.
Did you know that breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in Australia, alongside bowel, skin, prostate and lung cancers.
With the increased funding pressures on our local health care systems due to the impact of COVID-19, Shannon Smit, Founding
Director of SMART Business Solutions Group and President of the Committee for Mornington Peninsula, decided the globally recognized
International Women’s Day celebration is the perfect time to unite our community for a cause that touches everyone.
HOW WE WILL FUNDRAISE
CCF (Count Charitable Foundation) alongside SMART Business Solutions will double dollar match all funds raised from the event, and donate to The Bays Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre.
This means, for every dollar raised, we will donate $2.
We aim to raise enough funds to assist in purchasing a Day Infusion Treatment Chair, essential for anyone undergoing cancer
Tickets are $49pp
Includes wine on arrival and generous finger food.
If you can't attend on 10th March but wish to show your support to
The Bays Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre, you may make a donation here via our online silent auction platform.
In the 2019–20 Budget, the government announced that Single Touch Payroll (STP) would be expanded to include additional information.
Throughout March, the ATO sent letters to directors who are potentially in breach of their obligations to ensure that the company they represent has met its PAYG withholding, superannuation guarantee charge, or GST obligations.
It’s a great headline isn’t it? Spend $100 and get a $120 tax deduction. Days after the Federal Budget announcement that businesses will be able to claim a 120% deduction for expenditure on training and technology costs, we started receiving marketing emails encouraging us to spend now to access the deduction.