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  • Table of 10: $2,479.23 each ($2,415.00 + $64.23 fees)
  • Individual Guest : $251.39 each ($241.50 + $9.89 fees)
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  • Fri 22 Mar 2024, 11:30am–6:00pm


All Ages Licensed

Held just prior to Sail GP in Auckland, Champions Luncheon is your chance to mingle with your sporting heroes, have fun, and help raise funds to save the lives of people living in your community.

You will be able to brush shoulders with rugby champions including Ian Kirkpatrick, Frank Bunce, Walter Little, and Pita Alatini. They will be joined by some celebrated champions of the water in recognition of the Sail GP event and the role that sailing plays in Auckland life. It promises to be a special afternoon, with all funds raised going to help prevent stroke, improve outcomes for stroke survivors, and to save lives in communities across Aotearoa.

Stroke is now more common than ever before. Usually associated with people of older age, strokes are happening increasingly in younger age groups. Did you know that one in four of us will be affected by stroke in our lifetime? It’s frightening, isn’t it? Someone you love is likely to experience a stroke or may already have done so.

As you may already know or imagine, the effects of stroke can be devastating for the whole family. And sadly, failings in the health system mean many stroke survivors do not know who to turn to for help and do not receive the support they need.

This is why we’re asking you to please join us for Champions Luncheon 2024. Funds raised from this incredibly special event will be used to help fund the one-to-one support given to stroke survivors and their whānau by Community Stroke Advisors across the country. This service is funded thanks to the generosity of people like you and, by joining us, you will help stroke survivors reach their full potential for recovery and wellbeing following a stroke.

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