Aaron’s Wish was established by the Iori family in 2013, in memory of their son Aaron, who lost his brave battle with Brain Cancer earlier that year, and in the memory of many others who have been touched by Brain Cancer.
It was Aaron’s wish that awareness be raised of the devastation of a Brain Cancer diagnosis and that critical Brain Cancer research is desperately underfunded.
Brain Cancer is the leading cause of Cancer deaths in children under 10 and young people under 39. Each year 1600 patients are diagnosed and 1200 will die.
Aaron’s Wish Charity Dinner is an annual black tie fundraising dinner that is registered with and supported by the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. The goal of our event is to raise awareness of Brain Cancer and raise much-needed funds for Brain Cancer research whilst enjoying an elegant and amazing evening with an incredible meal, drinks and live entertainment. Aaron’s Wish team members have either been personally affected by Brain Cancer or are passionate for the cause, all unpaid volunteers trying to make a difference.
All funds raised are donated to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation research in the hope of finding better treatments and one day a cure.
Together we can make a difference!