Geelong Friends of Viqueque – Alola Foundation fundraising dinner
Join us for a two course dinner as we raise funds to develop a Mother Support Group in Viqueque. Dr Kirsty Sword Gusmao AO, former First Lady of Timor-Leste and founder and chair of the Alola Foundation will be addressing the audience. Following this, a Q & A will be held with a panel also including: Ms Maria Imaculada Guterres, Manager of Maternal and Child Health Programs (MCH) at Fundasaun Alola of Dili; Ms Deb Singleton, Science Coordinator at Christian College Geelong who has visited Viqueque many times in her role as a teacher, and knows Viqueque and Timor-Leste well.
All proceeds will be given to Alola Australia, to pass on to its partner organisation in Timor-Leste: www.alolafoundation.org
The City of Greater Geelong Friends of Viqueque Committee has a close relationship with the people of Viqueque, located 195 kilometres south east of Dili, Timor-Leste.
In Timor-Leste, many women lose their lives during childbirth due to limited resources. Approximately one in twenty children in Timor-Leste do not live to the age of five. Alola’s Maternal and Child Health Program seeks to improve the safety well-being of mothers and babies.
For further enquiries please contact Steve Levakis on 5272 4044 email@example.com
If you have booked your ticket and have other questions regarding the event please phone Brian Edward on 5222 6986
Click here to book: Please RSVP by August 1st
When: August 5th, 2016, 6:30pm
Where: Fred Flanagan Room, Geelong Football Club, Kardinia Park, 12 Kilgour Street, Geelong
Costs: Adult (No concessions): $100.00
Table of ten people: $900.00
Facilities: Catering and/or dining
Contact: Steve Levakis
Phone: 03 5272 4044
Can’t make it the Dinner?
Then please consider three other ways you can help:
1. Host or attend a MILK Morning Tea during World Breastfeeding Week, 1-7 August
2. Spread the word by connecting with and sharing our Alola MILK Facebook page
3. Donate to MILK via our giving page www.alola.org.au/howtohelp/#giving
You can read more about the MILK campaign here: Alola’s 2016 MILK Campaign
Thank you for your generous support!