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Dinner and Dance by the Bay for CASK 2023


Dinner & Dance Page Update

Thank you to each of our attendees and Sponsors.

$46,100.00 total funds raised!

Words are not enough to describe how grateful we are.

On behalf of ACNRF and our CASK Community we thank each of our Sponsors and every person who contributed by attending, by purchasing raffle tickets, by purchasing auction items, by donating – YOU each are an inspiration and you have given us HOPE for a CURE now more than ever.


Date: Friday 30 June 2023

Time: 6pm to 11pm

Join us for a fantastic night by the Bay at the Grand Roxy Brighton Le Sands raising funds for research into a CURE that could change Angelina’s life and other girls like Angelina.

All proceeds will go directly to CASK Research. Last day for “tax deductions”!

What will the evening consist of?

4 Course Meal and drinks
Raffle Prizes

Dress Code

This event is fancy formal get out your sparkling dresses and bow ties!

Or if you would like to wear smart casual instead, that is absolutely fine as well!


$140 per person


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

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

Please email for any specific dietary requirements (with the individuals name) once you have purchased tickets or if you wish to be placed on a specific table with other guests.

Tables are of 10.

Payment Options

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: 082-001

Account Number: 56-374-9648

Credit Card or PayPal

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.”