White Tie Ball to return for another year for Crisis Centre funding

EXCITED FOR THE BALL: Debra Clarke, Melissa Foley and Paul Cox with Andrew Pansini, David Fisher, Penny Dordoy, Rachel Brooking and Rochelle Monaghan. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0307jkwhitetie1.
EXCITED FOR THE BALL: Debra Clarke, Melissa Foley and Paul Cox with Andrew Pansini, David Fisher, Penny Dordoy, Rachel Brooking and Rochelle Monaghan. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0307jkwhitetie1.

It’s time to dust off the white ties and the snazzy dresses as Housing Plus’ White Tie Ball returns for another year on May 12 at the Orange Ex-Services’ Club. 

DRESSED UP: Kathryn Humphrys, Julianne Potts and Ailsa Graham at the 2017 White Tie Ball. Photo: JUDE KEOGH.

DRESSED UP: Kathryn Humphrys, Julianne Potts and Ailsa Graham at the 2017 White Tie Ball. Photo: JUDE KEOGH.

Last year the ball raised $38,000 for the Housing Plus Crisis Centre which will provide refuge for victims of domestic violence, and in the 12 months since the first ball Housing Plus have raised $1.1 million of the $1.8 million required to build the centre by December 2019.  

While not on sale yet, tickets will be $120 each, or $100 each when booking for a table of eight. 

The night will include auctions, entertainment and a sit down meal.

HAVING A BALL: Mimi O'Reilly, Penny Dordoy and Matt Vangasselt cracking a smile at the 2017 event. Photo: JUDE KEOGH.

HAVING A BALL: Mimi O'Reilly, Penny Dordoy and Matt Vangasselt cracking a smile at the 2017 event. Photo: JUDE KEOGH.

The Central Western Daily is a media partner to the event, with other sponsors including Almighty Industries, National Australia Bank, Yates Baker McLean, Orange Ex-Services’ Club, Simply Centrepieces, Printflow, Adloyalty, the Tony Leahey Motor Group, with WIN Network and Orange City Life also involved as media partners. 

Other sponsorship positions still available for businesses to jump on board. 

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