CLEVELAND’S Shar Moore is creating an experience for guests to remember, while also supporting underprivileged children in Thailand.
The Where Dreams Come True-themed charity gala dinner on Friday, May 5 will raise funds to provide a home through a charity Hands Across the Water that operates in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.
Mrs Moore said she had wanted to support underprivileged children in Thailand for more than 20 years.
“Being of Indian descent and born in Thailand, I have seen how these children live,” she said.
Mrs Moore said she had been given a life-changing opportunity by her father when she was 15 years old.
“I always promised that one day I would pay this kindness forward.
“After talking about this project for many years, I am thrilled that it is the right time to start our efforts in raising funds for the Hands Across the Water Home Hug project in Surin,” Mrs Moore said.
Brisbane singer Anais Campbell, who at 16 years old has been to Nashville twice and has an album, will entertain guests, together with the band Neven.
Items valued at more than $10,000 will be auctioned.
The event will be held at Moda Events Portside on the Portside Wharf at Hamilton from 6.30pm until 11pm.
Dress is black tie and the cost is $195 per person or $1800 for a table of 10.
Bookings can be made online at charityevent2016.securechkout.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.