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Win a cooking class and dinner with Claire de Lune

The annual Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Auction is set to be a glamorous and fun-filled evening at the historic Customs House in Sydney.

Hot on the heels of a fabulous Mardi Gras season, the team at BGF are gearing up for the Auction, which serves as their biggest fundraiser of the year.

“We’re aiming for this year’s event to be bigger and better than ever before. Every dollar we raise on the night will go towards helping us provide practical, emotional and financial support for our clients living with HIV” said Nick Lawson, CEO.

BGF are thrilled to announce this year’s event hosts are Jan van de Stool and Brendan de la Hay, who will also entertain the crowds with their fabulous voices during the evening, while long term supporter Romany Brooks will once again be the brilliant auctioneer, bringing professional flair to the auction proceedings. DJ Mark Alsop MA 15+ will be spinning the decks and there will be plenty of exciting live and silent auction items on offer for eager bidders. There will also be a special guest speaker, long time BGF client, David Polson, who was one of the first people diagnosed with HIV in Australia.

This Auction prizes feature holiday houses in the Hunter Valley and Great Mackerel Beach, concert tickets, a cooking class and dinner with Claire de Lune, dinner at Otto’s with Todd McKenney, dinner at Parliament House with Alex Greenwich, MP and much, much more!

Guests will be served champagne on arrival followed by a selection of beer, wine, soft drinks plus incredible canapés provided by one of Sydney’s premier catering companies, Restaurant Associates.

 

WHEN
Thursday, May 24, 2018
6-10pm

WHERE
The Barnet Long Room
Customs House – 31 Alfred Street
Sydney

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