JOANNE Johnson is hosting a Girls' Night In event on Friday at the Rustic Mezedes Restaurant.
Jo was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago which was the driving force behind her hosting a Girls Night In event in 2016.
"Last year's event astonishingly raised $1200,” Jo said.
"I have been made aware, since my own brush with cancer, surprisingly, that so many women in their early 40s have also experienced breast cancer.
"I approached Bec and Joe Fallon, owners of Rustic Mezedes Restaurant who jumped at the chance to hold such a worthwhile event raising funds for women's cancers.”
Glam up in your best pink outfit on Friday to be in the running for a prize.
It all starts at 6pm. On arrival you will be greeted with a pink drink and finger food. The cost to be part of this fund-raining event is $35 per head with $10 from each ticket donated to Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon.
A lucky door prize, auctions throughout the evening with vouchers and packs generously donated by local businesses to be won, a mini fashion parade and manicures and pedicures ensure a fun night. Bring gold coins to enter the many games with all proceeds, including the auctions, going straight to Pink Ribbon.
Come alone or get a group together to Rustic Mezedes Restaurant, 16 Market St, Woolgoolga, Friday at 6pm.
Money raised from events like Jo's Girls' Night In helps fund research into women's cancers, cancer prevention and advocacy programs, and support services to help those affected by women's cancers.
Register to host your own event at: girlsnightin.com.au