On the evening of 15 April 2016, our CEO Sue-Ellen Watts, will be swapping the wattsnext boardroom for the ballroom at Brisbane City Hall, as part of the third annual Dancing CEO’s fundraiser to support the important work of Women’s Legal Service (WLS).
Every year, Women’s Legal Service helps well over 3,000 women and their children toward safer futures by providing free legal and welfare assistance to those affected by domestic violence. However, every year they cannot assist more than 16,000 women who seek their help. wattsnext is doing what we can to change this.
Sue-Ellen Watts is stepping out of her comfort zone and taking to the stage in support of the prevention of domestic violence, and the important role that this service plays in our community.
Our goal is to raise $10,000 for Women’s Legal Service.
Sponsoring Sue-Ellen is simple – just head to her Everyday Hero Page and make a tax deductable donation. Every dollar counts in the prevention of domestic violence!
If you want to see Sue-Ellen shake her tail feathers at the event, make sure to come along to the fundraiser and help support this important cause.
Date: Friday 15 April 2016
Venue: Brisbane City Hall
Dress: Black Tie
Time: 6:30pm – Late
Tickets: $185 each // $1750 table of ten
The evening includes a three course meal and refreshments – not to mention endless entertainment and plenty of opportunity to show off your own dance moves!
Tickets are available here through Try Booking.
Too many women and children suffer the scourge of domestic and family violence. Please join us in supporting Women’s Legal Service.