On Saturday, 30th June 2018, guests were invited to celebrate the 15th Annual Boobalicious Ball at Crown Perth’s Grand Ballroom. Perth’s most glamorous night offered decadent entertainment, delicious cuisine and determined fund raising proudly hosted by adultshop.com in support of Breast Cancer Care WA. With its signature lingerie show, live music, delicious three course menu, endless beverages, spirited live and silent auctions and one of Perth’s richest raffles, Boobalicious is an evening that mesmerises men, inspires women and entertains all!

Boobalicious Ball 2018 / John Koh

One of Perth’s hardest working charities, Breast Cancer Care WA receives no recurrent government funding, relying solely on the kindness of the Western Australian community to fund the provision of emotional, practical and financial support services to their clients.

Boobalicious Ball 2018 / John Koh

Launched in 2004, Boobalicious is adultshop.com’s answer to extraordinary black tie glamour…with a charitable twist! With the support of their very generous sponsors and guests opening their hearts (and their pockets on behalf of Breast Cancer Care WA, Boobalicious 2017 raised $95,000 for the cause). In fact, in just fourteen short years, Boobalicious has contributed $1,367,000 to Breast Cancer Care WA! But as well as raising much needed funds for Breast Cancer Care WA, Boobalicious is also an enormous marketing and positioning opportunity for the many businesses that get involved with the event by donating goods for their live auction, raffle, silent auction, Booba-envelopes and gift bags, making it an extremely unique charity event with appeals to all and benefits to thousands! This year aimed to raise $95,000 alongside a phenomenal night of glitz and glam.

Don’t miss next year’s event! Follow @boobaliciousball on Instagram and visit boobalicious.com.au for more!

Boobalicious Ball 2018 / John Koh

DID YOU KNOW…

  • One in eight Australian Women will be diagnosed with breast
    cancer before the age of 85.
  • Over 1,700 were diagnosed in WA alone last year, and sadly, 249
    passed away.
  • In 2017, Breast Cancer Care WA specialist breast care nurses and
    counsellors provided over 12,000 instances of support to over
    1,000 clients – this includes counselling appointments, nursing
    appointments, wellbeing check-ins and practical assistance such as
    house-cleaning after surgery.
  • This year, Breast Cancer Care WA estimates that it will support 1,200
    people diagnosed, along with their families and careers.
  • The funds raised from the Boobalicious Ball will enable the charity to
    provide nursing, counselling and financial support to West Australians
    “in the now” whilst going through breast cancer.

For more information, visit breastcancer.org.au.