SLAYA presents: FRESH Off the Boat!
5 May, 2016
SLAYA Sri Lankan Australian Youth Association
SpringBreak is back again for 2016! Universal Bar will transform into an island getaway for this year's SpringBreak Social - FRESH off the Boat edition!
Time: Thursday 5th May 7pm
Venue: Universal Bar
Theme: Fresh off the Boat
Tickets: $15 Members
Dress to the nines like our resident Fresh Prince or show up in a stylish sarong like our well known and well loved Uncle Johnson! The choice is up to you.
Jump off the boat into our very own SLAYA paradise!!
This year we're doing something a little different with the charities - this time you get to decide where the proceeds from this event goes! There will be a choice of different charities, both Australian and Sri Lankan. Just put your ticket into the box for the charity you wish!
Contact your local uni rep for more info:
Ashan (UWA): 0430 060 191
Venuri (Curtin): 0449 654 680
Mokshya W (Murdoch): 0406 883 795
So come on down and party for a good cause!
*This is an 18+ event ID required*
The charities you get to choose from:
Sukitha Welfare Society run two homes in Sri Lanka for girls of all ages with differing abilities in physical, emotional and learning needs. The girls are from socially deprived backgrounds; some are orphans with no immediate family. One home is in Galpatha which is inland from Kalutara. This home is for girls aged from 6 to 18 years of age and if they are able will then go on to train at the Vocational Training Centre. Horana Sukitha home is a vocational training centre 18km from Galpatha established in 1985. This centre is housed in a building constructed with financial assistance received from the USAID program. Vocational training is provided for girls from the age of 16 to 32 years.
Their page: https://www.facebook.com/Sukitha-Orphanage-199208761004/info/?tab=page_info
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CHILD & YOUTH WELFARE (NCCYW)
In 1959 the National Council for Child & Youth Welfare was incorporated as a government approved charity and is administered today by a Central Board. The Councils’ eight Homes provide shelter, care, education and training for about 400 children. They are sent by the Department of Social Services/Department of Probation and Childcare Services and are from shattered family backgrounds, abandoned, mentally abused, or intellectually disabled.
Their page: http://nccyw.org/our-home
DISABLED CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION
The Disabled Children’s Foundation was established in 1997 to ensure children with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone in the community.
To promote the health, welfare and interest of disabled children around Australia.
To actively work at helping children achieve rehabilitation, confidence, self determination and to gain physical and physiological independance.
To encourage and promote, either alone or jointly with others, all sporting, recreational or social activities.
To raise funds by whatever means available and use them to further the aims of the Foundation.
To promote and encourage public interest in and knowledge of the abilities, limitations, achievements and needs of disabled children.
Their page: https://facebook.com/Disabled-Childrens-Foundation-Inc-194597114206803/?_rdr