Fundraising Trivia Night at the Bar Association – Thursday, 12 August

Thu Jul 22 2010

Righteous Pups Australia is a not for profit organisation with a mission to raise, socialise and train Autism Assistance Dogs to do a variety of practical tasks for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and their families. An Autism Assistance dog will cost approximately $29,000 to rear, train and place over an 18-month period.

The New South Wales Bar Association is hosting a Trivia Night in the Common Room on Thursday, 12 August to raise vital funds for this wonderful organisation. So it’s time to get your heads together and come and join the fun!� Friends, partners, clients and instructing solicitors are all welcome. Although be warned: anyone caught trying to Google the answers will be fined $20, which will go directly to Righteous Pups Australia.�

Tickets are $35 per person, or $350 for a table of 10. This includes trivia, snacks and beverages. On the night there will be also be a raffle. Limited tickets to trivia available, so get in early. Be sure to book your table by Thursday, 5 August.

If you are not able to attend the evening but would still like to make a donation to Righteous Pups Australia, please complete your details below and send the form with payment to Katie Hall at the Bar Association. Details on the booking form.

Any questions regarding the night, please contact Stephanie Mancell (Wednesday – Friday) at e-mail address or phone (02) 9229 1717.

3 August 2010

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