‘Ice on Ice’ cocktail gala to benefit Cancer Society

| 28/05/2014

(CNS): Cayman's party crowd are getting ready for the coolest event of the summer. This year's 'Ice on Ice' Cocktail Party will be at held at the National Gallery in aid of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society on Thursday 29 May.  The organisers, Z99, promise an evening with some great music from DJ Jonesian, incredible prizes -including diamonds for four lucky winners – as well as some exciting fundraising incentives for the community to help support the Cancer Society's Chemotherapy Unit. Tickets cost just $39 at the door and each includes a complimentary signature 'Iceburg Cocktail', adorned with a cubic zirconia jewel, but the twist is that four will actually be prizes of half carat diamonds from Kirk Freeport.

Anyone that raises $500 by 29 May to donate to the Cancer Society will get two complimentary tickets to 'Ice on Ice' and the person or company that raises the most money for the charity will be honoured at the gala event and will also win one of a huge range of prizes, like a trip to Strawberry Hills in Jamaica, a Red Sail sunset cruise for ten, or a day of pampering at your office courtesy of Posh Spa.

"This is our eighth annual 'Ice on Ice' Cocktail Party to benefit the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and we wanted to make it fun for the whole community to get involved," said Jennifer Steele from Hurley's Entertainment. "The event is extremely important to us and I'm sure everyone in Cayman knows somebody that has been affected to some extent. Of course, none of this would be possible without our sponsors: Butterfield, Britcay, Iceberg Vodka, Kirk Freeport, Holy Cross Hospital, The Security Centre, Personnel 2000 and Greenlight Re, so I'd like to thank them all very much."

All the money collected will go towards the Cayman Islands Cancer Society's New Chemotherapy Unit at the George Town Hospital, which will more than double the current capacity for healing treatment in Cayman, allowing more people in need to be closer to  their family and friends.

Jennifer Weber, Operations Director at the Cayman Islands Cancer Society said: “We are so excited to have Ice and Ice… with a twist!  It’s going to be a great event where guests can win diamonds and who doesn’t like diamonds?!  More importantly the funds raised at this event are going to help us help others in our community.  The money raised in Cayman stays in Cayman so I hope corporations and groups of friends will take on the challenge and support Ice on Ice in some way.”

The fun starts at 6pm on Thursday 29 May until 9pm and as well as being available at the National Gallery on the night, tickets can also be purchased in advance from the Cancer Society or online at http://www.active.com/donate/iceonicecayman  .

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