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ACNRF Annual Gala Dinner

Date: Saturday 21 September 2024

Time: 6.30pm to 11.30pm

Shining a light of Hope for CASK, Igniting courage, progress, and the promise of a brighter tomorrow

Join us for a fantastic night at the Grand Roxy 

Brighton Le Sands raising funds for CASK Research.


$155.00* per person

Ticket Inclusions

  • 5 Course Dinner and Beverages
  • Music, dancing, live entertainment
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Silent and Live Auction

Dress Code


Business Sponsor Package $1550.00

Business Sponsor Packages Inclusions:

  • Tickets for 10 guests (1 table) to attend the event which includes (5 course dinner and beverages, music, live entertainment, raffle prizes and silent and live auction).
  • Recognition of the Sponsor in social media advertising the fundraising event.
  • The Sponsor’s logo to be displayed on our website as a supporter of ACNRF and as a Sponsor of the event.
  • The Sponsor’s logo to be included on our ‘thank you’ slideshow, which runs throughout the duration of the fundraising event.
  • Sponsor logo displayed on a table tent which will be placed on each table.
  • Large Banner presented with Sponsor’s logo to be displayed at the Fundraiser.
  • Should you wish to be a Sponsor and purchase this package please email us at with your logo. 


The Grand Roxy, 128 The Grand Parade Brighton Le Sands NSW.

Closest Parking: Novotel Brighton Car Park and side streets around venue

*If you have purchased individual tickets and wish to be seated with friends or family please email the relevant details so I can ensure you are seated together at* Tables are of 10 or 12 

*ticket price includes $50.00 donation*

Payment Options

Credit Card or PayPal

Direct Transfer/Deposit

If you wish to purchase your tickets or donate by way of Transfer/Direct Deposit please see below account details.

Please ensure you note your name in the reference details and email us at with details of your purchase so we can provide you with a receipt.


BSB: 082-057

Account Number: 56-374-9648

Should you not see an email from us confirming your purchase please check your JUNK EMAIL!

Event Sponsors

“In some ways, that CASK-linked pathology is degenerative in nature provides a positive outlook. Because microcephaly in CASK-linked pathology progresses postnatally, there may be a temporal window when therapeutic intervention might prevent or slow further brain cell loss. Regression, even in adolescence, has also been observed in some cases of MICPCH [119], again offering the tantalizing possibility that a therapeutic approach might prevent such decline under conditions when degeneration is known to progressThe potential benefits of intervention might extend even further given that non-cell-autonomous toxicity could also affect functioning of the remaining neurons; reduction of such toxicity, especially when coupled with high-intensity rehabilitative measures [120], might offer real hope for a positive impact on functional outcomes.”