Volunteers to walk the runway for good cause
FANCY tucking into a high tea and checking out some fashionable items all while raising money for a good cause?
Then be sure to head to the Salvation Army’s high tea fundraiser on June 11 at My Rainbow Bakery, Shingley Beach.
Salvation Army Cannonvale Family Store manager Denise Norder said last year’s event attracted more than 60 guests and she was hoping the numbers increased this year.
“We have got local ladies who have volunteered to model the clothes and others who have donated their time to do hair and make-up too,” she said.
An auction will be held on the day and prizes won’t disappoint, with the major prize a Thundercat Ride to Paradise – a night for two at
Paradise Resort valued at $700.
“We’ve got auction prizes ranging from accommodation to dinner vouchers and jet ski tours,” Ms Norder said.
“Considering recent events, businesses have been very generous with the prizes they’ve donated to the Salvation Army.”
LAVISH: Bara Dudek (left) from My Rainbow Bakery and Denise Norder from the Salvation Army are busy planning for the organisation’s annual high tea fundraising event.