Fundraising dinner: Ukranian Feast for Refugees

Join Circle 9 for a culinary feast featuring foods from the cookbooks of Ukrainian author and chef, Olia Hercules.
When: 6:30-8:30pm Friday the 26th and Saturday the 27th of April 2024
Where: Olive Branch Cafe, 84 Main Road, Balhannah.
There is an option when booking to sponsor a refugee to come for free.
BYO drinks or buy at the venue.
All funds raised will go into refugee support, with a fundraising raffle to be held on the night, please bring cash.

Garage Sale

Hosted by the Manresa Circle (117)

WHEN: Sunday 21 April, 9am – 5pm

WHERE: Front of St Ignatius Parish Hall, corner Queen St and William St, Norwood

Goods for Sale include:

  • Glassware
  • Crockery
  • Small Electrical Goods (microwave, lettle, toaster)
  • Children’s Toys and Games
  • Pre-loved Goods
  • Games
  • Plants
  • Books

Celebrity Quiz Night

Come join us for a high energy quiz night!

With Quizmaster, Mij Tanith & Amazing Celebrity Quiz Masters including:

  • Mwajemi Hussein The Survival of Kindness
  • Catherine Hutchesson, State MP for Waite
  • Quentin Eyres, Musician
  • Mystery Celebrity… who will it be?

Plus Raffle and Silent Auction… so bring cash!
Date: Saturday 18 May 2024
Location: Blackwood Uniting Church Hall, 266 Main Road Blackwood
Time:Come 6:15 for 7:00
Cost:
$20  – book on TryBooking 

Put together your table of 8 and prepare to compete, or join another table and make new friends!

Bring your own nibbles to share with your table and. BYO drinks and glasses (there will be a BYO license).
Tea and Coffee provided

Hosted by the Blackwood-Hills Circle (Circle 7). All profits go directly towards supporting refugees in our community.

Fundraising Concert: Adelaide West Men’s Choir

Join us for a afternoon of music with the Adelaide West Men’s Choir

Date: 2pm Sunday 3 March 2024

Location: Adelaide West Uniting Church Auditorium (312 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Drive)

Cost: Adults $15/ Concession $12 (Pay at the door)
Afternoon tea included.

Hosted by Circle 127 with all money raised going towards paying for a visa application for Aziza, a young Afghan woman who is sheltering in another country. Aziza’s father recently received his Permanent Protection Visa from the Australian Government after 10 years of waiting and working on a temporary protection visa. Unfortunately, Aziza’s father has had a severe work injury and can no longer work. He is trying desperately to bring his family to safety.

Art Exhibition and Sale: Linocuts and Paintings by Pip Comport

Join Us for a Heartwarming Art Event Benefiting Refugees and Asylum Seekers

A remarkable opportunity awaits art enthusiasts and supporters of a worthy cause! The Mansrea Circle (117) has received a generous donation of over 200 paintings and 100 lino prints, along with sketches, by the late Pip Comport. This renowned artist, whose works can even be found in the Art Gallery of SA, dedicated his later years to creating vibrant pieces reflecting Australia’s landscapes and people, from the vast outback to the sparkling sea.

Opening Night 7 pm  Friday 23 February 2024
Featuring Guest speaker: Mr Jeremy Moore

Exhibition continues 10am-7pm Saturday 24 February & 9am-2pm Sunday 25 February
Location: St Ignatius Church Hall, 137 William Street, Norwood

More than just an art exhibition, this event offers a chance to:

  • Discover unique and captivating artwork: Witness the humorous brilliance of Comport’s lino prints and the evocative beauty of his paintings, each one a testament to his artistic journey.
  • Support a meaningful cause: Proceeds from the sale of these artworks will directly benefit refugees and asylum seekers, making a positive impact on their lives.
  • Connect with your community: Immerse yourself in a welcoming atmosphere, mingle with fellow art lovers, and celebrate the power of artistic expression.

Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Pip Comport’s legacy and contribute to a meaningful cause. We encourage you to join us for the opening night or visit anytime throughout the weekend. Remember, these artworks are priced to sell quickly, so don’t wait!

Together, let’s appreciate art, support refugees, and celebrate the generosity of Pip Comport.