15th Anniversary Crystal Ball Gala 2019Monday, February 4 2019
IT’S A CELEBRATION! 2019 marks the 15th anniversary of our Founders setting up the Learning For Life Autism Centre. To celebrate, Learning for Life is holding a Crystal Ball Gala, and you’re invited to attend.
Can you believe it? 2019 marks the 15th Anniversary of our Founders having established the Learning for Life Autism Centre. We have come along way since 2004. There is more awareness of autism, more funding options, and we are proud to have made a difference to the lives of many children and their families, but there is so much more to be done.
Join the Learning for Life Founders, Board and L4Life Village community of families, staff and supporters to celebrate this milestone. Enjoy a fabulous evening of wining and dining with great prizes, dancing and entertainment, and above all, your support/attendance will enable BRIGHTER FUTURES for children with Autism.
Organise a table, book a ticket and join the party. It will be a memorable night!
|We are thrilled to announce that Masterchef co-host Matt Preston is also co-hosting our Crystal Ball!
Matt has been part of the Learning For Life Village since our early beginnings; he has attended previous Learning For Life Balls even before he became a household name. It will be fabulous having Tom and Matt as part of our special event, both appear on Network 10, Crystal Ball sponsors!
Please note: it’s footy season and the area will be busy that night, so we suggest you travel to the event via taxi/Uber. If you plan to drive, please pre-book your parking to avoid disappointment.
Thank you to all our sponsors for your support – click on their logos above to find out more about them.
There are still some sponsorship packages available – For booking or sponsorship enquiries please contact Robyn Charlton firstname.lastname@example.org
Who will you help with your support/attendance? Kids like Luca.
In February 2019, after 4 years of ABA therapy, Luca was able to start his very first school year. His 4,000 hours of therapy may not have been achievable without supporters like you who help make our Fair Access program possible. Hear what his dad, David, had to say about the milestone.