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CHARITY GALA ROUNDS OFF BIG YEAR FOR AMAZE

29-01-2020
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On Friday 25th October 2019, SEW-Eurodrive held one of its largest fundraising events of the year, its annual Charity Gala in aid of Amaze.

With a raft of generous donors and more than 200 guests who dug deep on the night, the event along with smaller events throughout the year raised in excess of $58,000. The funds will support Amaze in helping autistic people and their families.

Held at Melrose Receptions and hosted by Michael Christian, the theme was “Carnival”. The night featured the rhythmic sound of Brazilian drums and an exciting display of authentic Brazilian Capoeira dancers who flew through the air with somersaults and spins, followed by an entertaining Samba dancing show.

Amaze is incredibly grateful to all those who showed their support on the night and throughout the yearly events.

SEW-Eurodrive has locked in a number of fundraising events for 2020. Stay tuned for more information on this year’s Golf Day in May and Charity Gala “Disco” themed event to be held in October.

To subscribe, attend an event or to become a donor, contact events@sew-eurodrive.com.au.

 

 

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