The North Shore Black and White Charity Ball is on Saturday 3 March at Killara Golf Course.
After a successful inaugural event in 2017 and back with a new name, the North Shore Black & White Charity Ball is an annual black tie gala event, celebrating and supporting local community, whilst raising much needed funds for local charitable organisations – St Lucy’s School and St Edmund’s College in Wahroonga.
Like no other, the (less formal) stand up cocktail event gives guests more opportunity to mingle and dance the night away to a live North Shore band, Big Secret – all proudly supported by the beautiful Killara Golf Club.
Canapes, dessert by Pattisons Patisseries and all drinks included under the ticket price.
North Shore Black and White Ball are supporting?
St Lucy’s caters to primary-aged children from all religious backgrounds. Their mission is to raise awareness of issues pertaining to disability in the wider community. With an enrollment of 140 students on the main campus in Wahroonga, and satellite classes on the Northern Beaches, St Lucy’s views each child individually in order to unlock their unique potential and to encourage them to become independent. They provide a holistic education, offering outstanding academic programs taught by special educators and support students in their pathway to other educational settings when they are ready or as they move to high school.
St Edmund’s is a co-educational secondary school catering for students with a wide range of disabilities such as sensory impairment, intellectual disability in the mild to moderate range, and autism. The College has a proud history of providing special education for over 65 years and currently has over 130 students in attendance. Our main focus is providing students with the necessary skills and rich life experiences that will better prepare them for life beyond high school.
Enjoy a fabulous and fun evening – celebrating and supporting local community.
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