Samantha Cup: T20 Charity Match - 31 Jan 2018

Samantha Cup T20 31 January 2018

On the 30th August 2017, 29 year old Samantha Lewis lost her life to anaphylaxis. Samantha loved life and lived it to the full. She is sorely missed by her partner Shaun, beautiful baby Tyler, family and friends.

Samantha, from Melbourne, had peanut and tree nut allergy and died whilst on a work trip in Sydney.

Shaun’s brother has now organised a fundraiser to bring family, friends and supporters together to help continue to raise awareness of food allergy, its management and emergency treatment.

  • T20 Charity Match F.T.G.D.C.A v Prahran Cricket Club 31 January 2018

  • Melbourne Stars Activity Zone 5pm - 7:30pm for free

  • Fund Raising Auction after match

  • Presentation after match

  • Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia Information Tent

  • DJ, Food & Drinks

The “Samantha Cup” aims to raise awareness for food allergies and the risk of anaphylaxis. There is currently no cure for food allergies. Help us improve the lives of those with food allergy and increase safety by raising much needed funds and awareness for the trusted charity, Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia.


See the flyer that tells you how to get involved and continue supporting Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia’s good work.

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