Invitation to attend Eating Disorders Families Australia (EDFA) Charity Gala ‘Pass the Baton Ball’
Saturday 23rd May 2020, Palladium at Crown Melbourne
Following the success of the EDFA’s inaugural Pass the Baton Ball at the Melbourne Town Hall in May 2018, we are now organising our second Pass the Baton Ball to be held on the evening of Saturday, 23rd May 2020. Our Pass the Baton Ball will be another unique, spectacular and celebratory event, this time at the Crown Palladium with 750-plus guests joining us.
The evening will be joyful, informative, warm and emotion-filled. It will celebrate the incredible courage of those with an eating disorder. It will also celebrate the tenacity and love that families and carers continue to give their loved-ones with these deadly mental illnesses. The Ball will raise much needed funding for EDFA’s key initiatives. The following link provides information about the Ball’s fundraising initiatives and the evening’s events, including information about what our voluntary organisation has achieved since our last Ball www.passthebatonball.org.au.
We would be delighted if you, your family and friends would be interested in joining us for this celebration of hope. You may even consider nominating yourself as a table captain and booking a table of 10 or 12. This is the best way to ensure you and your friends and family will share a table together.
For full ball details, including sponsorship, scroll down to the invitation below or visit: www.passthebatonball.org.auNote: – Discounted Crown accommodation available for the evening
If you or any of your contacts are in a position to donate new goods, services or vouchers to assist our silent auctions and prizes, then please reach out to us at your earliest convenience. All donations gratefully accepted!
Your support is sincerely appreciated!
Eating Disorders Families Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s as the traditional custodians of all lands on which we work. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as enduring, living cultures and pay respects to Elders past, present and future.