A NIGHT of mystery and glamour has raised $10,000 for The Cage Youth Foundation.
Managing director and founder Linda Grieve said the money would be used help to run programs helping disadvantaged youth and adults.
Ms Grieve said sponsors like Kennedies Transport, Jones Retail Group and Sirrromet Wines had been invaluable in helping The Cage to host the annual fundraiser party.
Band Nailed It performed classic hits as the guests enjoyed food and wine prepared by The Cage Youth Foundation volunteers.
Case manager Angie Bowers said the funds raised would help the organisation to continue making a positive impact.
Ms Bowers told the crowd that children going to school hungry, youth disengagement, bullying and the impacts of suicide were just some of the problems The Cage dealt with on a daily basis.
For more information about The Cage Youth Foundation, visit their website here.
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