WOMAC’s friends at the Ace Café have kindly invited us to attend a couple of their events to display our next two silent auction items - and attract bids.
We have a unique Alfa Romeo dashboard, courtesy of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK. Taken from the car that was driven on set in the Fast and Furious 6 movie, the dashboard has been signed by the cast, including the late Paul Walker, Ludacris and Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot.
The second item is the INFINITI Q Inspiration oil on canvas, painted and donated by Daniel Jimenez just for WOMAC! Daniel is an automotive designer and experimental fashion aficionado, working for INFINITI Design San Diego as an exterior designer and he has worked with a highly diverse portfolio of vehicles for Nissan and INFINITI.
On Saturday 21 April, InCarNation will take place at Brighton's Madeira Drive between 10:00-18:00. Among the 1,200 cars expected to display will be three replica Fast and Furious cars. Join the 5,000 visitors and support WOMAC.
The second event is on Wednesday 30 May at the Ace Café from 18:00-23:00. Our dashboard and painting will be on display and many modified cars similar to the Fast and Furious cars will also be on show.
WOMAC has chosen The Kidney Cancer Support Network to benefit from its current fundraising year. KCSN is a patient-led network and WOMAC’s donation will fund various activities, aiming to raise knowledge and awareness of kidney cancer and its symptoms, as well as enabling patients to share their experiences and insight.
We hope to see you at one of these fun-filled events; however, if you would like more information on WOMAC’s Silent Auctions, or to register your bid, please email Nicola Humphreys at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Women on the Move Against Cancer is a group 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.