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Masquerade Ball to Support and Protect Our Children


Wednesday, 26th July 2017 at 11:50 am
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Join Save the Children for a mystical evening of fun, great music and fine dining – and help make the world a better place for children – at The Masked Ball in Sydney on 16 February 2018.


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Masquerade Ball to Support and Protect Our Children
Wednesday, 26th July 2017 at 11:50 am

Join Save the Children for a mystical evening of fun, great music and fine dining – and help make the world a better place for children –  at The Masked Ball in Sydney on 16 February 2018.

Here at the Masked Ball, we believe that making the world a better place begins with taking care of children. Children are our future, and they all deserve the opportunity to grow into healthy, educated and empowered adults.

We can help make this dream a reality by holding events like the Masked Ball to raise much-needed funds for the great work being done by Save the Children.

Save the Children is an international non-government organisation that promotes children’s rights, provides protection and helps support children living in places where life can be tough.

They are on the frontline delivering life-saving aid, running development programs and making sure kids can be kids, wherever they are. After nearly 100 years working with children, Save the Children are one of the largest and most respected agencies dedicated to improving the lives of children in Australia and around the world.

Your kind and generous gift ensures we can positively impact children in need, both now and in the future.

The Masked Ball is set to be a memorable night, featuring celebrity host/comedian, James Mathison.

On arrival at the Luxury Waterfront Oasis, guests will be guided for pre-dinner drinks on the terrace with expansive views of the water, followed by a three-course dinner including a select range of drinks.

There’ll also be live auctions with some spectacular prizes. The fabulous High Rollers Big Band are certain to have you dancing through to midnight.

We look forward to having you join us for this very special night!

Date:  16 February 2018 

Location: Le Montage – the Sarah Grand Ballroom – 38 Frazer Street Lilyfield.

Dress: Black Tie Formal – masks are mandatory

Admission: $195.00 per person – VIP $220 per person

Purchase Tickets at www.ticketebo.com.au/mnamball.

or call Mario and Anjali directly on 0404 022 067, 8760 6560, 0434013958

Website: www.TheMaskedBall.com.au

Email: savethechildrenmasqueradeball@gmail.com

UPDATE: Please note the date of this event has changed since the article was first published. The Masked Ball will now be held in Sydney on 16 February 2018 and not Friday 1 September 2017 as originally announced.



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