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16.6.17Fire and Frost sweeps region for charity affair

Youth Solutions 2017 Annual Charity Event

The dichotomy of fiery red and winter white will flavour a local event next month, aimed at raising funds for youth programs in the Macarthur and Wingecarribee region.

Youth Solutions will host its Fire & Frost themed 2017 Annual Charity Event at The Cube, Campbelltown Catholic Club on Saturday 22 July, to raise funds in support of its youth drug and alcohol prevention and health promotion programs.

The event will include fantastic display of entertainment, including a special performance from The Voice Australia 2016 winner Alfie Arcuri.

Guests will also be treated to a three course meal and beverage package and will have plenty of opportunities to win prizes in the event raffle, mystery prize games and silent auction, before dancing the night away with renowned party band, Planet Groove.

Youth Solutions Fundraising Committee members don red and white to promote the Annual Charity Event’s Fire and Frost theme.

Youth Solutions Chief Executive Officer Geraldine Dean encouraged community members and businesses to join the fun by booking their spot today.

“We’d like to extend an invitation to this event to the entire community,” Mrs Dean said.

“The Youth Solutions Annual Charity Event is renowned for being a fun and fabulous night out and we welcome anyone in our community to attend and throw their support behind it.”

“The funds raised from the event really go a long way for our service, helping us to fund additional resources for our programs and allowing us to make a difference in the lives of more of our local young people through our health promotion and prevention work.”

“We have a range of sponsorship packages available, as well as tables and individual tickets for sale and we are also looking for prize item donations in support of the event,” Youth Solutions Communications Coordinator Amanda Dillon said.

“We’d like to particularly thank the amazing businesses and organisations that have already come on board to support the event, particularly our event sponsors, including our Diamond Sponsor, The Rotary Club of Narellan.”

Special rate pricing for the event is available until 30 June, with sponsorship packages starting at $2,000, a table of 10 costing $1100 and individual tickets going for $125. All sponsor packages include a table of 10 at the event and a range of promotional inclusions. All tickets, table bookings and sponsor packages include a three-course meal, entertainment and beverage package.

For more information about Youth Solutions and its events or to book your place, contact event coordinator Amanda Dillon on 02 4628 2319 or email amanda@youthsolutions.com.au. Further information about the 2017 Annual Charity Event can be found at: http://youthsolutions.com.au/get-involved/fundraising/annual-charity-event-2017/.

Youth Solutions is a health promotion and youth drug and alcohol prevention charity.

Event Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor: 

Rotary Club of Narellan

Quartz Sponsors:

Absolutely Fabulous Event Decorations, AGL, ANZ, Bella Arts Graphic Design Studio, C91.3FM, Country Comfort Hunts Liverpool, DJMate, Event Cinemas Campbelltown Hillross Macarthur, Fab Industrial Pty Ltd, Family Focus Legal, Grimes Finance and Mortgages, Kelly+Partners Chartered Accountants, Macarthur Chronicle, Macarthur Square, McDonald’s in Macarthur, Snap Campbelltown and Ingleburn, The Greater Narellan Chamber of Commerce, TLD Logistics, Townsend Signs NSW

 

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