A massive thank you to everyone involved, attended, performed or whatever reason you came out to support the fundraiser!

Special thanks to:

Timberlina for partnering with Newcastle Pride and organising a fantastic line up of entertainers and hilarious drag bingo.

Hellen Richards for assisting with entertainment and helping put the event together and for personally donating prizes.

Mayfield Bowlo – the Board of Directors, the locals and the fabulous bar staff for welcoming our community to the club, nothing was a problem.

Roy’s Kitchen for feeding everyone and as always delicious.

Equip Multimedia’s Justin Mason for donating his time and supplying all sound, lighting and the stage.

Thanks to Heaps gay for assisting with promotions.

Volunteers: Narelle LambKym HancockVee RobsonJean StapletonMillie Moomoo, Cheryl Smyth, Natalie Mindy Perfrement
Newcastle Pride Committee: Tory Madison CurranJoshua YeldsHellen Richards

 

 

 

Donations from:

Triple M – 2 Red Hot Summer Tour Tickets

Solange Hair Salon Mayfield – Sharon Hokin

Woolworths Mayfield

Steel & Anchor – Troy Pezely

Kym Hancock – Raffle donation

Natasha Pirini – Raffle donation

Newcastle Pride donated wrist bands and tote bag sales

 

All the amazing performers who all donated their time:

Rachel Maria Cox
Quinn Carter
Nerds & Music
Lee Clayton
Angie Burgess
Dixie Ryder
Celine Dijon
Jojo Zaho
Orlando Gloom
Jordiana lagucciana devonchiniana
Tracy Adams
Blake Riley
DJ Lief
Molly Poppinz
Marie-Annette
Xzander Rogue
Lucid Lane
Nova Hudson
Vivienne Rose
Timberlina

 

Proceeds will be spilt and equally donated to

WIRES https://www.wires.org.au

Port Macquarie Koala Hospital https://www.koalahospital.org.au

RSPCA NSW https://www.rspcansw.org.au

A shout out to all our brave Firefighters for protecting our families, homes and communities and our Country. We cannot begin to imagine the terrifying bushfires you have all faced.

Bloody Legends !

Thank you!

Lee-Anne McDougall

President.

Newcastle Pride.

 

Newcastle Pride respectfully acknowledges that our celebrations are held on the traditional Lands of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.