Project HEAL Sydney Australia are hosting their first official fundraiser!
Project HEAL is a not-for-profit organisation that was first established in 2008 by Liana Rosenman and Kristina Saffran. The girls met whilst receiving inpatient treatment for Anorexia Nervosa. Liana and Kristina had noticed the amount of people who were unable to access treatment because of the significant costs involved.
As a whole, Project HEAL aims to raise much needed funds for thise who cannot afford treatment for eating disorders and thus offer fully funded treatment grants to successful applicants. Project HEAL has opened a number of 'Chapters' throughout the United States of America, Cananda, South America and now, Australia. Each Chapter is responsible for hosting events and fundraisers that are well aligned with Project HEAL's mission and vision - we promote a healthy body image, raise awareness of eating disorders in the community and we each serve as a testament that a full recovery from an eating disorder is possible.
We are pleased to invite you along to Project HEAL Sydney Austalia's first official fundraiser.
The evening will commence with a buffet dinner and a welcome speech by Nicole McDermid, the founder of Project HEAL Sydney Australia. Helen Perris will provide us with some musical entertainment for the evening. There will be a number of items available to bid on in our silent auction and we will also be selling raffle tickets throughout the evening. A number of prizes have been generously donated to us by local businesses.
Next, we will enjoy an evening of trivia (don't worry, the questions won't be THAT hard!). The evening will wrap up with a thank you speech by Nicole, a light supper (tea, coffee and some sweet treats) and Helen will perform another song.
Tickets are available for purchase above. Please note that a limited number of tickets will be available at the door for a cost of $25.
We would absolutely love for you to join us - all monies raised this evening will go directly into Project HEAL's treatment grant fund. It's pretty amazing to think that events such as this one have the potential to save lives!