I feel that a great burden has fallen off my shoulders and that feeling of depression is gone. You have helped me make that positive step toward the future and given me a sense of hope.

Thank you for supporting our work. Every donation, whether large or small, helps us in our work of providing services and support to people who have survived terrible and traumatic experiences.

Your donation will help us to provide more comprehensive services to the people that need them most, particularly children, young people and older refugees.

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Thank you for your support. If you would like more information about making a donation,
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Refugee Ball 2015

Thank you to all our supporters – sponsors, prize donors, volunteers and of course guests – without you the Refugee Ball would not be the wonderful event that it is! We’ll be updating this web page soon, but in the meantime you can read about the Refugee Ball on our blog or see photos from the night on our Facebook page.

Thursday 8 October, 2015

7pm – 12am
Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour

Refugee Ball 2015 News

Introducing our keynote speaker – renowned orthopedic surgeon and Iraqi refugee Dr Munjed Al Muderis. C Major and Son Veneno returns as our amazing Refugee Ball band. Stand-up comedian, radio announcer and all round nice guy Chris North will be back as our capable MC. Read the news here.

A shout out to our amazing sponsors, an update on the latest prizes. Read the latest news email here.

The Ball is undoubtedly one of the most diverse and multicultural events of its kind happening right now, with so many people from different walks of life coming together for the common cause of supporting our work with trauma survivors.

How can I support the Ball?

Buy Online

Booking page for web

Download the invitation


Become a sponsor


How is the money raised at Refugee Ball used?