Thursday 27 July 2017

Australia – Sydney Young Leaders Annual Christmas in July 2017

Date : Thursday 27 July 2017

Venue : Magners Rooftop Bar

Location : 176 George Street, Sydney 2000

Time : 6:00PM - 11PM

Our Irish Christmas in July is back! And it’s merrier, brighter and better than ever!

Join the Sydney Young Leaders on Thursday night, 27 July from 6pm at the Magners Rooftop Bar at Jacksons on George for canapés, Christmas craic and live music by the Tribesmen!

There’ll also be a raffle with great prizes on the night, including a prize for the wearer of the best Christmas jumper or accessory.

Tickets are $50 per person – a bargain for a seasonal drink on arrival, finger food, great entertainment and the only chance this year to wear that massive woolly jumper your Granny sent you.

Paid up Young Leaders get 20% off the ticket price (Melissa will be in touch) and entry into a members’ draw. So if you’re not a financially contributing Young Leader already, please click here for details or contact Melissa before the night!

Of course, as with all our events, all proceeds will go directly to our charities.

Thank you to Sonder Consultants, a leading international legal search and recruitment consultancy, and PJ Gallagher’s who are our generous sponsors for this event for the second year running.

Sponsorship and Tickets

Tickets $50 (+ small processing fee)

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Contact

Melissa Fisher

413 Bourke Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia

T - +61-2-9357-2350

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Teresa Keating

413 Bourke Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia

T - +61-410-633-598

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Who are we supporting?

The Young Leaders Australia Committee have chosen two charities to support through funds raised from our events and membership.

This year, your donations will enable us to support Suas, who partner with designated disadvantaged (DEIS) schools across Ireland to deliver literacy support to 8 to 14 year olds who are struggling with reading and writing; and the Go Foundation who offer scholarships to Indigenous Australian students in public schools.

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