Lions Club International announces its 2015 Annual Charity Ball in Sydney

Lions Club International announces its 2015 Annual Charity Ball in Sydney

Gold Sponsor OSIM spokeman Tommy LeungThe Follow Your Dream Foundation – Australia (TFYDFA) of Lions Club held a Media Launch for the Lions Club International 2015 Annual Charity Ball at Sydney’s Emperors Garden Restaurant in Chinatown on April 30.

A crowd of distinguished guests and media attended the luncheon including, The Hon Mark Coure MP, Member for Oatley and Burwood Councilor Ernest Wong. Many of the Lions Club Board of Trustees were also present with the opening welcome delivered by Secretary General and Trustee of Lions Club Pearl Lin.

Trustee Jonathan Yee acknowledged sponsors and introduced FYDF Vice Chairman PDG Allen Fraser who addressed the media on behalf of Barry Palmer – the Founder and Chairman and spoke about the charity’s gala dinner.Secretary & Trustee Pearl Lin JP, Vice Chairman & Trustee PDG Allen Fraser and Trustee Sheba Nandkeolyar

Leos, Trustees, sponsors and Media gathered at the Launch“The Lions Club and the FYDF Australia are striving to raise funds in support of research for children with cancer, providing education for under-privileged children, Scholarships for University Students, and food for hungry school children.’ Said Vice Chairman and Trustee PDG Allen Fraser ‘we wouldn’t be able to do this vital work without the help of our sponsors, our board of trustees, our donors and volunteers.”

Many Lions Club members were present to support the event with Trustee Andy Yin acting as the MC for the launch. Spokesman from Platinum sponsor ACPPRC Professor Qun Shao and Gold Sponsor OISM Tommy Leung both addressed the launch with the final vote of thanks delivered by Trustee Sheba Nandkeolyar, who formally concluded the proceedings.

The Lions Club International Annual Charity Ball will take place at Doltone House in Pyrmont on May 28th. Tickets are available now from Lions Club with proceeds going towards expanding services offered by Lions Club to disadvantaged children, those in the community who must need their support.

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