Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Winston Peters, celebrities and other Government VIPs helped light up the night at Geneva Healthcare’s biggest annual Spring Ball to date for persons with disabilities. It was a night of glitz and glamour attended by TVNZ presenter Peter Williams , ‘Dancing With The Stars’ celebrity contestant Suzy Cato, Miss International Oceania Michelle Isemonger Miss International Oceania 2017, inspirational speaker and author William Pike, Associate Minister for Social Development and ACC Hon Peeni Henare, and Sonya Hintz from the Ministry of Health.
Although unable to attend the event, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Deputy Minister Winston Peters, and Minister of Social Development & Disability Issue Carmel Sepuloni MP were a big hit with their video welcome messages on the night.
The night of dancing with our stars was a celebration of life, hope and all the exciting possibilities that await the residents of Geneva’s Community Living Homes and Geneva Elevator Clients with disabilities.
This year’s annual Spring Ball is a great partnership between Geneva and other organisations who are coming together to make the event possible - Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand, BNZ, SecureCom, Ray White, Cactuslab, Trade Me, Fashion Uniforms and PB Tech.
Click here to watch the event highlights