HALO BALL 2020
Raising much needed funds to help women and children experiencing domestic and family violence
FRIDAY 8 MAY 2020
Pre-Dinner Drinks 7pm, Dinner 7.30pm – Midnight
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, No. 1 Martin Place, Sydney (Formerly The Westin Sydney)
Dress. Lounge Suit
Entertainment. Natalie Bassingthwaighte
Actress, Singer and Television Host. Natalie has achieved acclaim as one of 10 women to ever chart an Aria No 1 as an Australian Solo Music Artist, previously enjoying international success as the lead singer of The Rogue Traders.
On 28 February 2015, Tara Costigan, a mother of three and a BaptistCare employee, was brutally murdered by her ex-partner. Her violent death from domestic violence sent shock waves through her family, friends, her local community and BaptistCare’s workforce.
In response to her tragic death, calls for change became the inspiration for BaptistCare HopeStreet’s first ever Halo Ball.
On the five year anniversary of Tara’s murder, we remember Tara with our fifth annual Halo Ball.
Our 2020 Halo Ball will raise vital funds to support BaptistCare HopeStreet’s essential support services for women and children, as we seek to end the cycle of abuse and build safer families.
Through the generosity of our supporters and guests, over the past four years we have raised nearly half a million dollars, and these vital funds have gone directly to our frontline services.
Please join us at Halo Ball 2020. Together we can help break the cycle of abuse and respond to Australia’s domestic and family violence crisis.
For further event & sponsorship details visit haloball.org.au
If you are unable to attend but wish to support the Halo Ball by making a donation to BaptistCare Hope Street or for any other event queries please contact Melanie Hendra Events.
Melanie Hendra Ph. 0407 674 445 E. firstname.lastname@example.org
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