NSW Premier to be guest of honour at Jewish House gala dinner

October 7, 2017 by J-Wire Staff
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Sydney’s Bondi crisis care and homelessness charity Jewish House will host the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian at their annual Gala Dinner in November.

The return of the annual fundraising dinner will be “Our biggest and best event yet, and helps us raise funds to continue our critical work in the community to those most in need”, says Jewish House CEO, Rabbi Mendel Kastel.

Taking place on Tuesday the 28th of November at the newly opened International Convention Centre (ICC), Darling Harbour – this fundraising Gala Dinner will be the very first Kosher event for the world class venue.

Guests will be entertained by international musicians, Clarence Bekker, Ellis Hall Jr, and Juan Carlos Portillo, and there will be special guest address from the Premier of NSW, Gladys Berejiklian.

Jewish House is also humbled to announce that keynote speaker and childhood abuse survivor, Damien Rider, will inspire guests through his story of strength and resilience. A story far too similar to some of our clients at Jewish House.

Guests will be directly supporting Jewish House in its continuing critical non-bias crisis intervention and prevention work. Jewish House helps more than 5,000 clients a year through safe housing, counselling, addiction rehabilitation support, and mediation. Jewish House caseworkers have highly successful outcomes, positioning the organisation and service as an industry leader.

Tickets are $275.00 per person, or $2,275.00 to book and host a table of ten.

Sponsorship opportunities on the evening are also a great way to support Jewish House and network with fellow business partners and philanthropists.

To explore sponsorship opportunities on the evening, please contact Jewish House on 02 9386 0770.

Tickets are available at the Jewish House website www.jewishhouse.org.au

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