AN exclusive fundraising event is coming to Frankston. Nationally acclaimed Opera Singer Lucy Nicolson, along with performances by Can-Can dancers will entertain guests as part of ‘Bastille Day’ – a fundraising dinner to raise funds for our clients with autism to fulfil their dreams of going on a camp.
“Bastille Day is a fundraising dinner like no other,” says CEO, Kath Ferry from SASI – Statewide Autistic Services Inc. “Ms Nicolson will be performing arias from Carmen and La Boehme, Edith Piaff, and modern Broadway numbers from Phantom of the Opera. There will also be an exciting can-can floorshow.”
The Bastille Day fundraiser has been created by State Autistic Services Inc to raise money for camp experience for their clients. Our clients will be able to explore nature, embrace new experiences and socialise with their friends. Such an opportunity improves their quality of life and offers them an experience outside the structure of everyday activities. The camp supports families and their children with Autism who would not otherwise afford such an opportunity.
“We want to offer our Bastille Day guests an unforgettable French-inspired evening to remember, while helping our clients live more enriched lives,” says Kath. The Bastille Day Fundraising Dinner will be held on Thursday the 14th of July at 6:30pm at the Frankston International.
You can support SASI by attending the event or donating an item to be auctioned on the night.
For more information call 9773-6044 or purchase tickets at www.sasi.org.au/events.