|May 27, 2009|
- Wednesday, 27 May 2009
- Over 30 of Australia ’s top celebrities doodling masterpieces
Celebrities Doodle for Disabilities
Australian celebrities have banded together with artistic flair, doodling to raise funds for children and adults with disabilities.
For the second year, Northcott Disability Services will host its Celebrity Doodle Auction in a night of cocktails, canapés and autographed celebrity artwork on Wednesday May 27 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Norwest.
Over 30 of Australia ’s top celebrities have taken up the challenge to create their own doodling masterpiece, including Olivia Newtown John, Neighbours star Tom Oliver, Gai Waterhouse, Sneaky Sound System, Ken Done, Kyle Sandilands, Lee Kernaghan, Jonathon Thurston and the man behind Mr Squiggle, Norman Hetherington.
The night will feature a live auction, silent auction, live raffles and lucky door prizes. All proceeds will go to Northcott Disability Services Recreation Service which provides leisure and recreational activities for children and young adults with disabilities.
Tickets to the event are $65 each and can be purchased at www.northcott.com.au or by contacting Carol Hanna on (02) 9890 0954
To have a sneak peak at some of the celebrity doodles, visit www.northcott.com.au
Northcott Disability Services was established as the NSW Society for Crippled Children in 1929 by the Rotary Club of Sydney in response to the growing number of children with polio and tuberculosis. In 2009, Northcott is currently celebrating its 80th anniversary. Today, Northcott Disability Services provides support to over 6000 people with a broad range of disabilities and their families across NSW and the ACT by offering a range of quality programs which promote a genuinely inclusive society.
What: Celebrity Doodle Auction
When: Wednesday, 27 May 2009
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel Norwest, 1 Columbia Court Baulkham Hills
Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Ticket: $65 inc GST visit www.northcott.com.au
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