Sharing the story of Biaggio Signorelli and raising awareness about the dangers of asbestos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biaggio Signorelli Asbestos Foundation is working hard to fight for better prevention methods, early detection and research into finding a cure for Asbestos Cancer. Thank you news.com.au for helping us spread the message and raising awareness about the dangers of asbestos. 

Paul Signorelli on 2SM Breakfast Show – 1 November 2017

10 Year Anniversary Tribute – Autumn Gala Dinner

Wednesday 30th May 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of the passing of Biaggio Signorelli to Asbestos Cancer. We will be holding an Autumn Gala Ball to celebrate the life of Biaggio and fulfil his last wish – that we help save others.

Enjoy a night of exquisite food & fine wines while enjoying world-class entertainment, with funds raised from the evening going towards creating awareness, earlier detection & improved treatment and ultimately finding a cure for Mesothelioma (Asbestos Cancer). 

We will be joined by special guest, The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales. 

If you wish to attend, please RSVP to [email protected]

 

 

2015 Spring Gala Dinner

The fight against Asbestos Cancer reaches the Melbourne docks

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Saturday 27th July 2013 saw the Biaggio Signorelli Foundation’s Inaugural Gala Dinner in Melbourne, Victoria.  600 guests arrived at Atlantic Group’s Peninsula venue in Docklands Melbourne to create awareness, earlier detection and improved treatment, and ultimately find a cure for Mesothelioma (Asbestos Cancer).

A stand out for many at this year’s Gala Dinner was the exclusive performance by world renowned artist Tina Arena who performed a special set of her best hits for attendees as a tribute to the Foundation.

Hosting the night was the hilarious and loveable Vince Sorrenti who brought so much laughter and life to the night to help support this cause.

To celebrate the occasion’s first time in Melbourne, all proceeds of the night will be donated locally to the Mesothelioma Research undertaken at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre at the Austin Hospital in Heidelberg, Melbourne.
The foundation is committed to raising awareness, early detection, treatment and cure for the asbestos-related cancer (Mesothelioma) – the Signorelli family’s tribute to their father and the founder of Sydney’s Doltone House venue and catering collection, who passed away from the cancer in May 2008.

“We are honoured to be carrying out my father’s dying wish to help save others from this cancer” said Paul Signorelli, Founding Chairman.
We also heard from Victoria’s brave Mesothelioma sufferer, 49 year old Tracy Ash, who courageously shared her story on the night.  “It started with a cough, I had a scan and by the time I got home there was a message on my phone to come straight back to the hospital”.

As a part of the evening’s grand raffle, a brand new MINI ray car was given away to one lucky winner, in which proceeds of the raffle will be donated to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre.

Key achievements of the Foundation to date have been the funding of three fellowships at the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute and The Baird Institute; along with the contribution to funding the National Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of Mesothelioma.

The Foundation was also awarded the 2011 Meetings and Events Australia Cause Related event of the year – Australia wide.

Click here to view images of the event.

For more information contact Biaggio Signorelli Foundation: 0418 488 164.