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 31 Jul, 2015 - 31 Jul, 2015
 Fri 6:30am - Fri 11:00pm
 Cockle Bay Whalf
  Darling Harbour, NSW
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You are invited to SAMSN's Annual Supporters Dinner.

Please join us at our 2nd Annual Fundraiser and celebrate our achievements for the past year and help us raise money so SAMSN can continue to reach out to men who have been sexually abused as children and their families.

VENUE:                Dockside (Balcony Level)

                           Cockle Bay Wharf, New South Wales 2010


DATE:                   31st July, 2015

TIME:                    6.30pm - Pre dinner drinks

                             7.00pm - Official start

DRESS:                  Smart casual

HOST:                    Rob Carlton

SPEAKERS:             Justice Peter McClellan, Chair of the Royal Commission Into Institution                                  Responses to Sexual Abuse

                             Melanie Gibbons, MP

                             Mahashini Krishna, A/Commisioner of Victims Rights, Victims Services,                                  NSW Department of Justice                                             

CONTACT:           Shane McNamara 0418 455 468      

Our mission is to build an Australia-wide support network so that no man experiencing the negative impacts of childhood sexual abuse has to suffer in shame, silence or isolation.

Our vision is a society in which male survivors of childhood sexual abuse can access the resources they need to help them deal with the past and live a full and rewarding life.

Check out our video tribute from the 2014 launch here

“I thought I was the only one going through it. The group made me realise I’m not alone and it’s okay to ask for help.”

- Carl, 27

“I am now more aware of what happened to me and how it wasn’t my fault. I’m more comfortable talking openly and not getting angry and overwhelmed.”

- Malakaii, 30

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