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 An entirely new and unique dinner event for Western Australia.
Friday 10 November 2017 | St George’s Cathedral

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 An entirely new and unique dinner event for Western Australia.
Friday 10 November 2017
| St George’s Cathedral

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For the first time ever

Join us at the Angels Rising Dinner in the Cathedral, an entirely new and unique dinner event on the Western Australian social calendar.

The first of its kind to be held in and around the majestic St George’s Cathedral, this exclusive summer soiree will be unlike anything you have experienced at a charity event in the past.

Begin by soaking up the fine summer evening under the stars, on the lush lawn of Cathedral Square in conjunction with COMO The Treasury, enjoying a pop-up village of food and champagne. Highlights from the pop-up village include fresh, exquisite oysters from the Willie Creek Pearls Oyster Bar plus a Poke Bar and Hong Kong BBQ Station.

Enter the spectacularly transformed Cathedral and indulge in fine dining brought to you by Executive Chef Chris Taylor, of Fraser’s, King’s Park fame, paired with premium beers from Gage Roads, fine wines from Ferngrove and sparkling wine.

You will be treated to sensational entertainment from Australia’s Got Talent finalist Clara Helms, five-time winners of the Indigenous Category for the WA Music Industry Awards Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse, the All Saints choir, and jazz, grooves and moves brought to you by Cathrine Summers, Summer Groove, and Summers Soul.

There’ll be plenty of opportunities to support Anglicare WA’s Young Hearts counselling service for children suffering from the horrors of family and domestic violence, with major raffle prizes and highly desirable auction items up for grabs, and a few surprises. REIWA Award winning auctioneer, Peter Clements, from Mint Real Estate in Claremont will be on hand to ensure that the bidding is fast, furious and fun.

Come dressed to impress in your summer finery – while Black-Tie is not a prerequisite, a dickie bow and splash of sequins is certainly encouraged!

This uniquely Western Australian event promises a night not to be missed, plus the opportunity to make a significant difference in our community by supporting Anglicare WA’s work with vulnerable children.

Strictly limited tickets are now available. Don’t miss out

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Redefining the gala dinner

This all-inclusive three-course dinner brought to you by Executive Chef Chris Taylor, with specially selected beverages from Gage Roads and Ferngrove features an unforgettable night of entertainment in an extraordinary location, including a sublime youth choir, live music and stunning dancefloor, and quite a few surprises only revealed on the night.

Luxury auction and raffle items from Kia Australia and Willie Creek Pearls  will also be available in aid of Anglicare WA’s Young Hearts program for vulnerable children.

Friday 10 November 2017
7pm – midnight
St George’s Cathedral
38 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Gold Wings Experience
$3,750 per table + booking fee (limited availability)
Please Note: Tickets are available as a whole table of 10 only
Table of 10 seats
Premium table placement for prime viewing of the event entertainment and speakers
Two bottles of champagne on arrival to your table
Corporate logo featured in the event program
Recognition on the evening and on the Angels Rising website (www.angelsrising.org.au)
A table centre place-card featuring your name and branding
Corporate logo displayed on screens throughout the Cathedral
Silver Wings Experience
$2,500 per table / $250 per individual ticket, + booking fee
Available in tables (10 seats) or individual tickets

Table of 10 seats
A table centre place-card featuring your name and branding
Corporate logo displayed on screens throughout the Cathedral

For information about individual ticket sales please call 08 9263 2091 or email angelsrising@anglicarewa.org.au to speak to a member of our team.

Note: Ticket, table sales and sponsorships for this event do not include GST as the event is being run as an input-taxed event. All ticket and table sales will incur a small booking fee.

Guests attending Angels Rising are advised that the CBD precinct can be busy and congested with traffic. We encourage you to leave plenty of time to arrive at the venue. Please consider public transport options, taxis, or being dropped off. If driving, take care to park legally and drink responsibly. For information on getting to the Cathedral by public transport visit the Transperth website

Parking

Parking is available in the Wilson Kings Hotel car park, on the corner of Hay Street and Pier Street, or in the two multi-storey car parks in Pier Street, between Murray and Wellington Streets (5 minutes’ walk away). The City of Perth underground car park behind Council House may also have bays available. Please be aware of closing times and car park capacities.

Mobility

Wheelchair access is available into Cathedral Square and the Cathedral itself via the west doors facing Cathedral Avenue.

 

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St George’s Cathedral 38 St Georges Terrace, Perth

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Entertainment

Expect plenty of entertainment and spellbinding voices at Angels Rising, within the unique acoustics of the vaulted ceilings of St George’s Cathedral.

Be wowed by Perth’s own internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Clara Helms’ (Australian’s Got Talent Finalist) spellbinding voice.

Witness Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse (2017 West Australian of the Year Awards, and reigning five-time winners of the Indigenous Category for the WA Music Industry Awards), as Gina’s incredible voice and Guy’s skilful guitar work fill the space with music within the vaults of the cathedral, on the lands of their ancestors.

Enjoy the sultry sounds of jazz brought to you by Cathrine Summers on the lawn, and a laidback groove over dinner to her ensemble Summer Groove.

We are also fortunate to be hosting an incredible performance by the All Saints Choir in the Cathedral—and a few surprises!

Late into the night beneath the towering arches, Cathrine Summers will be back with Summers Soul to help you kick up your heels  as we party the night away on the dance floor.

The evening promises a night of unforgettable fun.

Mending young hearts

Anglicare WA child trauma services put young people first, helping those most vulnerable in our community build healthy relationships, and develop skills to thrive in the future.

The Young Hearts program is a domestic violence counselling service for children, dedicated to breaking the cycle of family and domestic violence, and it depends entirely on philanthropic funding.

In feeling unsafe at home, children and young people caught in the trauma of domestic violence can feel unsafe in general. They may experience isolation, mistrust, and overwhelming feelings of anger, helplessness and fear.

The impact of family violence on children and families involved is bad enough, but the knock-on effects damage our society as a whole. Young Hearts reaches out to these vulnerable children before they’re so profoundly affected that they too inflict violence, in the schoolyard, at home, or in their own families later in life.

The program provides free counselling in a safe and supportive environment for children up to 18 years of age, and it’s been very much in demand. It is recommended by The Family Court of Western Australia, the Department for Child Protection, WA Police, schools, hospitals and community organisations.

FINANCIAL CRISIS

With no government assistance and limited corporate and philanthropic input, Young Hearts is struggling to survive.

On 1 July 2016 the Mandurah clinic was closed and Rockingham was cut to one part-time (three days per week) employee. All group sessions are currently cancelled.

Waiting lists for an appointment are now more than six months. Our partners and those who recommend the program struggle to decide where to direct at-risk youth. Court orders from the Family Court of WA to attend Young Hearts have been adversely affected by the long waiting list.

With enough funding our goal is to operate full-time in Rockingham and Mandurah, with counselling appointments five days per week and group programs every school term.

Without this funding, Young Hearts is in danger of closing.

Your support of Anglicare WA and Angels Rising will make a real difference to the lives of future generations. Watch our video about  Young Hearts  to learn more.

Kia Rio

Raffle

The raffle prizes at Angels Rising will be as remarkable as the event itself. One lucky winner will take home a brand new Kia Rio 5-door auto hatch from Kia Australia, and three lucky guests could be the winners of beautiful, highly valuable pearls courtesy of Willie Creek Pearls.

As with the auction, all proceeds support the vital work of Young Hearts .

Note: tickets currently only on sale for the Kia Rio prize. Tickets for the Willie Creek peal will be sold exclusively at the event.

Auction

Angels Rising will offer plenty of opportunities to support Anglicare WA’s Young Hearts , with a range of highly desirable auction items. All proceeds will go to support at-risk children across Western Australia.

To ensure the bidding process is fun, fast and fabulous – we have secured the services of Claremont auctioneer Peter Clements from Mint Real Estate.

Peter is a highly awarded auctioneer with more than a decade’s experience in real estate. In August 2017, Peter received REIWA’s “Grand Master Salesperson” honour, and most recently in September, was again awarded by the Real Estate Institute of WA as the 2017 “Residential Salesperson of the Year”.

With an impressive record for securing some of the highest recorded sales prices in the western suburbs, Peter will ensure that Young Hearts gets a well-deserved boost.

Details of auction items will be announced online soon. Please check back here to preview the full list before the event.

To donate an item to the auction or raffle please call 08 9263 2091 or email angelsrising@anglicarewa.org.au to get in contact with us today.

Our Supporters

The calibre of our supporters reflects the importance of our work. Sincere thanks to these organisations helping to make Angels Rising a success:

Major Event Partner

Gold Table Supporters

Event Supporters

Cathedral Square logo
Frasers Events logo

Sponsorship Opportunities

Angels Rising will be an extraordinary event, and Anglicare WA is keen to partner with values-driven organisations to help make it a huge success.

For more information on becoming an event sponsor, download the event prospectus here.

As a sponsor of the event your organisation will demonstrate its commitment to the community, and your brand will be firmly associated with one of Western Australia’s most respected community service organisations. To discuss opportunities for partnering on this event, or supporting Anglicare WA more broadly, please contact:

Jeremy Cookson, Partnerships Manager
T: 08 9263 2113  E: Jeremy.Cookson@anglicarewa.org.au

Kelsey Hunt, Corporate & Philanthropic Partner Specialist
T: 08 9263 2077  E: Kelsey.Hunt@anglicarewa.org.au

Latest News

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Raffle winners announced

November 17th 2017|Comments Off on Raffle winners announced

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Suzanne Waldron to MC Angels Rising

October 9th 2017|Comments Off on Suzanne Waldron to MC Angels Rising

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Bidding you a good night!

September 28th 2017|Comments Off on Bidding you a good night!

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A choir to inspire!

September 18th 2017|Comments Off on A choir to inspire!

Some 12 talented students from All Saint’s College will lift the rafters with heavenly song with the wonderful acoustics of the cathedral carrying their stunning voices out to the dinner guests on 10 November. Long [...]

Helping people rise

Anglicare WA provides 85 different service types in almost 50 locations across WA, and sadly our services are in ever higher demand. We continually innovate to deliver more from our existing funding, but with so many people in need, financial support from business and the community is vital. Our work is about being there when people are struggling, and walking beside them as they rise above tough times. To whatever degree you’re able to help, we thank you.

For more information on Anglicare WA and the work we do in Western Australia, visit www.anglicarewa.org.au

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Contact

For more information on the event or how you can help support Young Hearts please fill out the form below or alternatively, give us a call on 08 9263 2091 or email angelsrising@anglicarewa.org.au to speak to a member of our team.