SYDNEY stella fellas unite against human trafficking
Australian anti-human trafficking charity, Project Futures, once again join forces with The Salvation Army for their annual Stella Fella campaign — recognising men and boys committed to protecting and valuing all humans, while raising vital funds and awareness to combat human trafficking and exploitation.
Held right in the heart of Sydney at Dockside Group's Italian Village, the first of it's kind, a Stella Fella Cocktail Event, kicks off at 6.00pm on Friday 17th June 2016. Expect a night of great tunes, yummy food stations and flowing beverages, all whilst bringing together all the Stella Fellas and Bellas out there. Stella Fellas and Bellas are those who have decided to stand up and take action against human trafficking.
Take action by joining the party and celebrate all the ‘stellas’ in our community who are taking action against this global crime. By attending this party you are saying 'No' to the exploitation of men, women and children and 'No' to human trafficking and modern day slavery.
Last year saw an array of Stella Fellas including Osher Gunsberg (‘The Bachelor’), Scott Tweddie (‘The Loop’), Nick Kenny (Former Broncos Player), Andrew Morley (Home and Away) and Matty Adamson (Former NRL player).
Other celebrities gracing the 2015 event included Kurt Tippett (Sydney Swans), Zoe Marshall (Australian Radio Network), Georgia Berg (model).
‘Human trafficking and modern day slavery is the third largest organised crime in the world today and people are shocked to know that it happens right here in our own backyard. We are proud to partner again with The Salvation Army, who have a safe house for trafficked women in Sydney and who support victims and survivors of this heinous crime,’ says CEO of PROJECT FUTURES, Stephanie Lorenzo.
All funds raised through the Stella Fella campaign go to The Salvation Army’s Trafficking and Slavery Safe House, the first of its kind in Australia.
For media enquiries, interviews or to request celebrity images please contact:
Stephanie Lorenzo, CEO PROJECT FUTURES
Mob: 0402 637 637