Hollywood team raises $50,000 for Youth Focus
Feb 15, 2017
On Saturday, 11 February, Hollywood Private Hospital’s (Hollywood) Chief Executive Officer, Peter Mott and a team of Hollywood specialists hosted Champagne Sunsets, a fund raising event supporting the Hawaiian Ride for Youth, one of Australia’s premier charity events.
Held in the new City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club at City Beach, guests including Fiona Kalaf, CEO Youth Focus, Adam Simpson and Russell Gibbs, West Coast Eagles and Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP were entertained by Perth Symphony Orchestra whilst they sampled the very best in French champagne, premium beers and wine and food by Ultimo Catering.
Raising over $50,000 though tickets sales and the live and silent auctions, guests were able to bid on items including signed sports memorabilia donated by the West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers and Perth Wildcats, luxurious weekends away as well as a vasectomy.
Speaking at the event, Hollywood Chief Executive Officer, Peter Mott, said “We are thrilled that so many people came out to support us and contribute so generously to this very important cause.”
“Youth Focus is a charity which does an outstanding job in youth mental health and the Hawaiian Ride for Youth is a wonderful community event.”
The Hollywood team comprising urologists Andrew Tan and Tom Shannon, orthopaedic surgeons Clem McCormick and Ryan Lisle and anaesthetist Steven Myles will ride more than 700km from Albany to Perth with Hollywood Chief Executive Officer, Peter Mott participating in the CEO Challenge from Mandurah to Perth.