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The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s annual Gala Ball is on the 8 June 2013 at the Hyatt Regency in Perth, and Seashells is proud to once again be supporting this fantastic fundraising event.
The event will see a night of elegance and sophistication that will sweep guests off their feet. Each year it raises much needed funds to help JDRF find a cure for type 1 diabetes.
Now in its 16th year, the Gala Ball is acknowledged as one of Perth’s best charity events. The money raised funds the best and most promising Type One Diabetes research programs to support their search for a cure.
For more information on JDFR visit their website. To book tickets for the Gala Ball contact Jack Callow on 08 9207 1278.
Seashells is again proud to be supporting the WA George Jones Family Foundation Cystic Fibrosis Golf Classic on Friday 3 May 2013 at the Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
Cystic Fibrosis WA is presenting the third annual CF Golf Classic where participants can enjoy a day of fun and excitement with a golf demonstration, light lunch and a friendly game of Ambrose golf. After the golf participants will enjoy a dinner and auction hosted by renowned comedian and entertainer Peter Rowsthorn, who many will recognise from the Australian comedy series Kath and Kim.
It’s shaping up to be an entertaining day and evening and you can register your interest now. More details are available here.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to Cystic Fibrosis research and services. For more information on Cystic Fibrosis in WA visit their website.
Seashells is proud to be supporting the Interpeople Charity Ball on Saturday 6 April.
Over the past four years, the Interpeople Charity Ball has become one of Perth’s premier charity events, bringing together many of Western Australia’s most prominent business professionals in supporting numerous charitable organisations. In the past they have donated over $150,000 to a number of foundations through live and silent auctions.
This year 100% of the proceeds from the event will be donated to Parkerville Children and Youth Care. Parkerville have been operating in Western Australia for over 100 years, providing care and protection to children and youth in need. They work with high risk children in providing accommodation, a loving family environment, education and employment training, as well as therapeutic care. For more information on Parkerville Children and Youth Care visit their website.
The Interpeople Charity Ball is on Saturday 6 April at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information or to purchase tickets visit the Interpeople website.
If you’re stuck for a special Valentines Day gift, we can help. Stay at Seashells Yallingup on Valentine’s Day for just $199 for the night (there’s no minimum stay requirement) and you’ll receive a bottle of West Australian sparkling wine and chocolates to make the offer even sweeter. 08 9750 1500 or email@example.com to book.
Over the Christmas period Seashells was proud to spread some festive joy and support events throughout the community.
Operation Santa, an initiative from UnitingCare West and Target stores throughout WA, helped produce hampers and gifts for needy homes with the support of the Uniting Church schools, congregations, donors and volunteers in December 2012. Seashells was more than happy to contribute to the 2012 appeal. For more information on Operation Santa and UnitingCare West’s other projects visit the website.
Also over Christmas, Seashells Mandurah was involved with the Mandurah Community Christmas Pageant & Celebrations held on Tuesday 11 December 2012. We sponsored the Albany Woolly Bush with trees being donated and planted at five local schools, the Peel Hospital and in local reserves. The celebrations were held along Mandurah’s Eastern Foreshore, and featured festive floats, a visit from Santa and fireworks to conclude the night.
Seashells is excited to be supporting Ivan Shaw’s new art exhibition, The Most Westerly Point, on the lawn in front of Seashells Yallingup on Sunday 23 and Monday 24 December, and Thursday 27 and Friday 28 December.
For his first solo exhibition Ivan chose to step away from fashion and explore the patterns and beauty of the pristine Shark Bay World Heritage Area. With 21 limited edition aerial images Ivan has captured a perspective of the region that few have seen.
Ivan’s time in the sky had to be executed to perfection and after two years in the planning process, the abstract images unquestionably succeed in reflecting the raw beauty of the region. Taken from 4000 feet, Ivan achieved the birds-eye-view vantage point by leaning out of a door-less Cessna plane that was hired for the project!
The exhibition launched in Perth in December and will also be travelling interstate and overseas in 2013.
For more information visit www.ivan-shaw.com.
Seashells is proud to support Make a Difference Foundation WA and the 2012 IC Frith & Associates Australia v South Africa Corporate Cricket Breakfast on 28 November.
The breakfast will be held at the Hyatt Regency Perth and hosted by TV personality Michael Thomson with special guests including former Australian cricketer Justin Langer. There will be a short auction with all proceeds going to the current Make a Difference WA charity project, the Youth Mentor Scholarship Program.
Cost is $1200 per table of ten (inc GST) or $120 per person. You can confirm your interest by clicking here.
The Make a Difference Foundation WA aims to raise significant funds to help those living in necessitous circumstances and improve the overall quality of life across various Western Australian communities. For more information visit their website.
Seashells is proudly supporting the Redkite Corporate Quiz again this year. Held on 31 August at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Quiz is hosted by none other than Ben Elton and more than 600 guests are expected. If you’d like to book a table visit the Redkite website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
His Majesty’s Theatre
15 – 29 September 2012
Since it was first published in 1883, Carlo Collodi’s Pinocchio has captivated and influenced generations of young people with its moral tale about a little wooden puppet who is naughty, mischievous and daring, and faces many challenges along the road towards becoming human.
Pinocchio is fashioned in the workshop of the craftsman Gepetto. He sets out on a journey and has many great adventures.
There is a strong tradition of artists giving Collodi’s heartwarming story, with its universal themes and colourful characters, new life. It was a huge success in 1883 and this bold interpretation by Ivan Cavallari and Edoardo Sanchi will captivate a new generation of youngsters – and the not so young!