Icelandic Glacial supports Cancer Research at The Pink Ice Ball Halloween Ball

Icelandic Glacial joined the fight against cancer this month as it turned out in force to support Cancer Research UK as an official sponsor & water supplier to the flagship fundraising events; The Pink Ice Ball & Halloween Ball.

Picture above (left): The Pink Ice Ball setting at the Dorchester Hotel, and (right) Halloween Ball themed night at the Royal Courts of Justice.

This year’s Pink Ice Ball, hosted at the Dorchester Hotel, received huge attention as Kylie Minogue planned to make her first public appearance since being diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year. Sadly, Kylie was unable to attend on the advice of her doctors, but Sister Danni was at the event and read out a short message from the star, in which she sent her “solidarity” to fellow cancer sufferers.

Pictured left: Danni Minogue arrives at the Pink Ice Ball, to deliver a message of solidarity from Pop Star sister, Kylie, who was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year

The event was exquisitely themed and Icelandic Glacial complimented the setting with their illuminated pink ice cubes - showing off the award winning bottle design to great effect. Each guest was also treated to a complimentary bottle of Icelandic Glacial in their luxury goody bags.

The event raised £102,000 for Cancer Research UK.

The 6th annual Halloween Ball, saw a return to the Royal Courts of Justice venue and Icelandic Glacial were proud to support Cancer Research UK, by supplying water for the events black tie and broomstick themed evening

This popular event was another superb fundraising evening, achieving over £62,000 to support the charity

Sally Graham of Cancer Research UK commented, We are extremely grateful for “Icelandic Glacial’s generous support and ongoing commitment to Cancer Research UK and look forward to continuing our relationship at future events.
Patrick Racz, CEO for Icelandic Glacial added, “We are very proud to support Cancer Research UK in their fundraising efforts and to be associated with such a worthy cause”

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