Celebrating our 10 year anniversary!

Over the past 10 years, we have partnered with hundreds of families to ensure Girls have access to education.

We have overcome so many barriers – big and small! From cyclones to Covid, we have partnered with families and supported them to ensure Girls have the opportunity to stay in school.

So we want to celebrate all this amazing work!

Please join us for a fundraising event to celebrate our 10-year anniversary and hear from some of the Girls in Fiji along with our co-founder Urmila.

Enjoy live music, delicious canapes and drinks, all while supporting our grassroots organisation.

Join us from 6.30pm on Thursday 3rd November. 

Tickets are $100 and include:

  • Entry
  • One raffle ticket for the lucky door prize
  • Canapes
  • Drinks (beer, wine, soft drinks, soda water)

We’ll be hosting a raffle with fun prizes and a fundraising auction with amazing items up for grabs on the night!

The event will be hosted in trendy Alexandria with our partner William Angliss Institute – one of the leading hospitality training providers in Australia and Asia-Pacific. Enjoy award-winning fine dining, created by student chefs.

Tickets are limited so book now!

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