HOPE AFRICA ANNOUNCES CHARITY GALA DINNER TO HELP AFRICAN CHILDREN
This event will be supported by many Australian celebrities, including our patron, Ian Thorpe OAM.
The goal is to build a youth centre where children can be safe, and provide a conducive environment for them to deepen their education and reach their full potential, as well as for their families to access medical, and recreational facilities. The long term aim is to empower the children, their family, their community so that social and economic change can take place
Many celebrities have donated their time to attend this event and hosts tables to raise much needed funds:
• Ian Thorpe, HOPE Africa's patron and Australia's Olympic Gold Medalist
• Louise Sauvage, Australia's most highly decorated Paralympian
• Brad Fittler, sports presenter and NRL coach and former player
• Peter Overton, Chief Newsreader of 6pm NINEnews and journalist
• Lauren Burns, Olympic Gold Medalist
• Jeff McMullen, journalist, author and TV presenter of over 45 years
• Matt Hall, former RAAF combat instructor and aerobatic competitor
• General Peter John Cosgrove, AC, MC, 2001 Australian Of The Year and former Chief of the Defence Force
• Kyah Simon, indigenous Australian soccer striker
• Sally Stevenson, chair of Indigo Foundation, an international community organisation
This is a rare opportunity to dine with famous Australian celebrities. It will be a fantastic evening of great company, awesome entertainment, delicious food and exciting auctions.
100% of the profits from the evening will help develop education and sports facilities in Namibia and is open to everyone who would like to make a difference.
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