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Dress for Success Sydney

An evening with Rosie Waterland

Price

$125 AUD

$125 AUD

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Dress for Success Sydney

An evening with Rosie Waterland

Date and Time

Thu 23rd May 2019, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Guest House, Park Hyatt Sydney
7 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

Event description

Join us to celebrate 10 years of Dress for Success Sydney, in the sumptuous surrounds of the Park Hyatt, for a fundraising evening of cocktails, prizes and sparkling conversation.

Featuring award-winning author, columnist, screenwriter and now podcaster Rosie Waterland, in conversation with Kirsten Galliott, Editor-in-Chief of Qantas magazine and one of our inaugural Ambassadors.

A fundraising raffle will be held on the night with prizes of exclusive event, designer fashion items and dining experiences. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50.

With special thanks to our partner Park Hyatt Sydney who are kindly providing the venue and catering.

Tickets are strictly limited so snap yours up quickly for this one-off, very special event.

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Date and Time

Thu 23rd May 2019, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

The Guest House, Park Hyatt Sydney
7 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

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CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

Dress for Success Sydney is a non-profit organisation providing women in need with support and coaching to find work and financial independence. We serve more than 3000 NSW women each year by providing and styling donated professional attire, offering job search skills training, & coaching & peer network support at no cost. These wrap-around services empower our clients to restore their resumes & rebuild their self-belief to engage in a job search or find alternative work options after unemployment. Most clients are referred to Dress for Success by employment agencies or TAFE counsellors. Our clients are emerging from a financial crisis or welfare dependence resulting from job redundancy, gender, age or racial discrimination in their job search, healthcare crisis, the breakdown of a marriage, domestic violence or intergenerational poverty. The majority of our clients are parents & use their limited resources to support their children.

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