Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji

“Old Skool Ball”


It’s Back once again, VSIAF annual fundraiser “The Old Skool Ball”. The annual Fundraiser has become a prime Charity event of the year to Raise awareness and funds for people living with spinal Injuries.
New Zealand All Blacks legend Sir Michael Jones will be the special guest speaker at the Old Skool Ball that will be held on Friday 20th July at the Grand Pacific Hotel.

“Old Skool Ball” Official Radio Partner 2018 – CFL

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“Old Skool Ball”   Official Event Venue and Accommodation Sponsor:

Team USA

VSIAF Acknowledges A Team of Virgin Airlines Flight Attendants for their support towards the Association and the work that we do. Vinaka.

“Old Skool Ball” Gold Table Sponsors

VSIAF acknowledges the following Companies for their support in this year Old Skool Ball.

1. Coca Cola Amatil (Fiji) Ltd

2 Hot Bread Kitchen

3 The Fiji Times

4 Fexco



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Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji Acknowledges the following for their Sponsorship so far:

  • Williams & Goslings Ltd
  • Communications Fiji Ltd
  • The Fiji Times Ltd
  • Fiji Airways Ltd
  • Castaway Resort
  • Return To Paradise Resort & Spa, Samoa
  • Grand Pacific Hotel
  • Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa
  • Virgin Airline Attendants Team
  • Sheraton Fiji Resort
  • Pasifika Voices
  • Jerome Kaino and Pauliasi Manu
  • Richie McCaw
  • Eric Rush
  • Dj Forbes

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Fundraiser to help spinal injury cases

Thursday, June 02, 2016

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On behalf of the Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji, we would like to thank all our sponsors and donors for making our Old School Ball at Grand Pacific Hotel on 25th, 2015 a success. Your financial support helps us continue in our mission and to assist those in our community. The generous support of individuals like you makes it possible for our organising to exist and to make the community a great place to live. Thank you again for your support! Sincerely.




New Zealand All Black Great: Michael La’auli Jones Autographs Jersey for the Upcoming VSIAF Old Skool Ball for Auction

With a reputation as one of the all–time greats of world rugby, his legendary calm and superior leadership qualities, Michael Jones has long been an ambassador for both his sport and his country.
Michael Jones earned the nickname “the Iceman” or “Ice” for two reasons – because of the cool but confident manner in which he played, and the number of icepacks he needed for injuries.
La’auli Michael Niko Jones – born in 1965, of Samoan descent – initially played as an open side flanker, making his provincial debut for Auckland aged 20 in the 1985 National Provincial Championship.
He played for the New Zealand Colts, and in 1986 made his international debut for Western Samoa, qualifying for inclusion through his mother’s nationality.
After one cap for Samoa, and a British tour with the New Zealand Barbarians in 1987, Jones played for New Zealand in the first game of the inaugural World Cup that same year. He also scored the first try of the 1991 Rugby World Cup.
Michael seen here with family and signing the jersey to be auctioned at the VSIAF Old Skool Ball scheduled for July 25th 2015 at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva, Fiji. Jersey was handed over by Matson Shipping Director Sales Pacific Mr Len Isotoff.
Vinaka vakalevu Michael Jones, Len Isotoff and not forgetting Gerry “The SLICE-AH” Elbourne from the VSIAF patron, trustees and committee members. Much appreciated.