Help 7-year-old paraplegic Lexi with Cerebral Palsy continue to enjoy the fun and freedom of circus play. You are invited to celebrate a Trivia fundraiser night full of Circus fun-Ability. Playing on a swing is not something out of the ordinary for many children, but for Lexi and many others it is only made possible by the creativity and passion of Melbourne’s one-of-a-kind not-for-profit, registered charity - Celebrating Abilities Melbourne Vic- Non Profit INC. The charity offers kids and adults of all ages with disabilities and special needs access unique and joyful physical experiences, including functional fitness, mobility, strength, aerial yoga, silks, hoops, and circus and bungee workouts. You are invited to help founder and director, Margie Cerato, achieve the fundraising goal of $12,500 so she can continue to provide the much-needed and unique service to existing participants, and keep the doors open and make a difference to over 80 people on the waiting list. The funds raised will enable the charity to deliver an innovative program, supporting up to 8 children with autism. This program will take place weekly over a 8 month period at the Celebrating Abilities INC. unique studio. Plus $1000 will go towards Lexi’s new bike as NDIS will not fund her bike. How do you say to a 7 year old girl that she cannot have a bike! It’s heartbreaking! 3 course dinner and entertainment will be provided. A live auction will be held, and we welcome your enthusiastic participation. Drinks will be available at reasonable prices. Dress: Semi-formal Circus gear! Ticket price: $65 pp +bf | Early Bird $60 pp +bf (available until 30 June 2019)Table of 10: $620 + bf | Early Bird $600 + bf (available until 30 June 2019)
If unfortunately, you are not able to attend and would still like to show your support, you can
make a tax-deductible donation.
We thank you in advance for helping Lexie and Celebrating Abilities INC. to achieve our goal of supporting, nurturing and developing the well-being of our participants and improving the quality of their lives. “It’s crucial that places like Celebrating Abilities INC. exist for kids like Lexi so they can have as much fun as other kids and explore and experiment within their own abilities and at their own pace.” -Clare Whitney, Lexi’s mum To find out more, visit www.celebratingabilities.org.au For inquires, contact Katija Vlatkovich - firstname.lastname@example.org