The GA Foundation is pleased to present The Inaugural Children’s Ball to be held at Centennial Vineyards Restaurant, Bowral NSW.
Please join us for a wonderful evening in the vineyards to celebrate the third year of the Foundation, with over 122 children rescued from sex trafficking, prostitution and violent sexual and physical abuse.
Genevieve will be presenting her work, and providing case studies as to the area Foundation operates on the ground in Kenya. Additionally the financial reports and each child’s summary will be accessible to view on the evening. Past, current and future projects will also be detailed to our wonderful supporters and donors.
The Foundation is holding a major raffle on the evening, with an abundance of prizes. Tickets for the event and the raffle can be purchased via the link below.
Date: Friday March 2nd, 2018.
Time: 6pm – midnight
Tickets: $190 p.p + $5 Paypal and card service fee.
Canapés, three course dinner and beverages (alcoholic and non alcoholic)
Band: Tommy Lawson + surprise performer.
Auctioneer: Andrew Hearn
MC Speaker confirmed: Ralph Anania
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All purchases can be made via PayPal, with all credit and debit cards.
The Inaugural Children’s Ball, an incredible event – not to be missed!
(plus PayPal fees)
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GA Foundation is an Australian registered Charity, registered with the ACNC and the Kenyan ministry of labour and social services.
ABN: 49 769 685 389 CBO: 32294
DGR status (tax deductible) as of June, 2015.
GA FOUNDATION : 32294
The Angela Project : 42561
The Naisula Project: 34399
Kenyan Not for Profit
(limited by guarantee): 101281
Not for Profit PIN : PO51159631B
Disclaimer: Children’s images on the site are not illustrated with their own stories of abuse. The stories and children on all digital and social platforms are unrelated or partial / blurred images for privacy reasons.