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This is the first time ever that the Winter Ball has NOT been held in Geelong, Australia.

When you are invited to attend a Ball, Charity Auction or other formal function, don't you often wish you didn't have to attend (for appearances sake)?

Well, now you DON'T.

Save money on new dresses, formal wear, new shoes, baby sitter, car detailing, dinner fee, flowers, silent auctions and the like. To get out of this non-event, all you need do, is make a donation of your choice to support the Eastern Hub Community Centre.

All donors will receive a ticket for donations of:

$15.00 | $25.00 | $50.00 | $100.00 | Tables for 10 $1000

If you donate for a table of 10 for $1000 you go in the draw to win a fully catered for house concert at your home for 10 people. All donations up to $100 will be eligible for a book or CD 'no door prize' so that you can kick back and enjoy a quiet night in.

All funds raised will contribute to building the outdoor community area of the fully inclusive Eastern Hub, Community Centre in East Geelong, which is a partnership project with East Geelong Rotary and the Karingal Foundation.

Click here to purchase your tickets to the non event of the year! 

You can also keep up to date with all the latest Not the Winter Ball new and join our event page on Facebook 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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