Embark on an evening of Impact and Inspiration
Join us on Thursday, 21st of September, at the exquisite MA Financial ballroom for an unforgettable evening filled with entertainment, delectable canapés, and refreshing drinks, all while rallying support for not-for-profit organisations.
Our theme of the night, “Breaking Barriers”, stands as a beacon of hope and unity, rallying us to celebrate the triumphs of Confit Pathways, Consent Labs, and ReLove. Together, we’ll spotlight their efforts to redefine societal norms, curb recidivism, and offer unwavering support to those affected by poverty at all stages of life.
Donate to Attend
By making a donation of $100, you’re not just an attendee, but a catalyst for transformation. Your contribution is not only tax-deductible but a powerful testament to your commitment to progress.
Upon arrival, two pledge tokens worth $50 each will find their way into your hands. Brace yourself for an exhilarating experience as each organisation takes centre stage to share their mission, vision, and impact. And then, the choice is yours – channel your generosity to the cause that resonates with your heart, all while revelling in the essence of 10×10 magic.
Dive Deeper, Elevate Further
Can’t decide which cause to champion? We’ve got you covered! Feel the anticipation rise as our exciting auction unfolds, boasting sensational prizes from esteemed partners like the Four Seasons, Edwards and Co, and more.
Come, Ignite Change with Us
Prepare to be moved, inspired, and captivated. The 10×10 Sydney experience is not just a crowdfunding event; it’s a journey of compassion and collaboration. Break barriers, uplift lives, and create a future of boundless possibilities.
Please donate a minimum of $100 per attendee and you will receive the equivalent in special $50 charity notes upon arrival.
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Organisations Driving Change
Reducing recidivism by empowering incarcerated youth with skills for reintegration. Through lived experience mentors, we offer fitness, education, and employment programs in Youth Justice Centres. Collaborating with case workers and schools to support at-risk youth.
Combating the prevalence of sexual violence experienced by young people by providing comprehensive and intersectional consent education to schools, universities, parents and teachers. Programs are co-designed, with support from local experts and quality-assurance from the NSW Department of Education.
Assisting families in crisis access safe housing, including women and children impacted by domestic violence and homelessness. By providing good quality rescued furniture and household items with the dignity of choice, we help to turn houses into homes.