On Wednesday 21 February, Women on the Move Against Cancer (WOMAC) will host its annual fundraising party, which will be hosted at The Kia Oval in Kennington, South London.

The popular raffle and tombola returns with a record number of fabulous prizes, so this year’s party is not to be missed! In return for your generous donations, guests will have the chance to win a Nikon camera with a one-day, one-to-one training course at the Nikon school, passes for the Pennyhill Park Spa, a vouchers for four to play the old course at Sunningdale Golf Club, afternoon tea at The Ritz, The Grosvenor House Hotel, The Hilton Park Lane and Claridges, a long weekend in a fully-fitted out Bailey caravan at Hillhead and much, much more, while raising much-needed funds for charity.

What’s more, WOMAC is delighted to host a Silent Auction, with a pair of tickets to the Kia hospitality box in the OCS Stand at The Kia Oval up for grabs on the first day of the final Test Match between England and India.

Bids are now open and should be emailed to WOMAC Treasurer Nicola Humphreys at Bids will close at midnight on 27 March.

Tickets to the party are available now and can be purchased by visiting the WOMAC website - - or by contacting Nicola Humphreys on All money raised will go towards WOMAC’s chosen charity for 2018, the Kidney Cancer Support Network, a patient-led network of kidney cancer patients, carers and family members affected by kidney cancer.

Taking place between 18:30 and 22:30, with more than 200 guests expected to come together to raise awareness for a wonderful cause. The event will also host a buffet supper with wine, beer and soft drinks included in the ticket cost.

Although the annual party is WOMAC’s biggest fundraising event, activities take place throughout the year to raise money for good causes. To get involved, please visit, like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter @womactweets.

If you can’t make it you can still help, donations can be made via WOMAC’s JustGiving page by visiting

About Kidney Cancer Support Network
The Kidney Cancer Support Network (KCSN) is a patient-led network of kidney cancer patients, carers and family members affected by kidney cancer. Rose Woodward and Julia Black created the network to help kidney cancer patients come together to share their experiences and insights, and to help improve knowledge and awareness of kidney cancer.

WOMAC is a charity made up of female volunteers working in the automotive industry. It was established in 1979 and aims to continue the fight against cancer by supporting a variety of projects, searching for more effective treatments or improving the quality of life for cancer sufferers, their families and carers.