Fremantle Ball 2017
Put Friday, 11 August 2017 in your diary and tell your friends because the annual Fremantle Ball returns for another fabulous evening celebrating community spirit and compassion in Fremantle.
The Fremantle Ball is a night of fun, entertainment and dancing not to be missed!
The Fremantle Ball was a sell out last year so gather your friends together and book your table of 10 early to avoid disappointment.
And back by popular demand are The Merindas with their Motown and Original Soul Grooves.
Fremantle Ball 2017
Friday 11 August 2017
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges
$2000 for a table of 10
Fremantle Ball 2016Thank you to everyone who attended the Fremantle Ball 2016. We appreciate all of your wonderful support. We’ll see you again next year…
We’ve shared more photographs from the night through our Facebook page.
Thank you to our Event Sponsors, Table Sponsors and Auction SponsorsThe night could not have been a success without the support and generosity from everyone in attendance and the kind donations from fantastic local businesses.
Food and Beverage SponsorsThank you to all of our food and beverage sponsors for contributing to an appetising night ahead of us: Plantagenet Wines, Little Creatures Brewing, Linley Valley Pork / Craig Mostyn Group, Sealanes / Global Seafood Distributors, Angelina’s Biscotti, La Paleta and Galati & Sons.
EntertainmentAnd of course, we’d like to thank the stars of the evening – our fabulous entertainment.
- Ingrid Cumming, for her wonderful Welcome to Country
- The one, the only – the Merindas
- Yvan Karlsson and Rebecca Bradley from Spare Parts Puppet Theatre
- Magician James Diamond
- and DJ Clint
All donations raised from the Fremantle Ball will go towards the Fund for Children and Young People and support the ongoing capacity of the Fremantle Foundation.
Within minutes from Fremantle, there are families and young people experiencing ongoing distress and disadvantage.
Donations raised from previous Fremantle Balls’ have contributed to the Make Your Mark project in the Davis Park community.
Davis Park has the lowest index of socio-economic disadvantage (591) in the Fremantle area (1008.8). The neighbourhood comprises 231 households, of which 170 are social housing (74 per cent).
The Make Your Mark project has led to a redevelopment of the park, increased support for local residents and greater opportunities for community involvement - ensuring children and young people are engaged in educational, vocational and recreational activities.
Join us at the Fremantle Ball to support our community’s most disadvantaged young people and families.
Fremantle Ball Event Partners:
Want to become an Event Partner?
If you’re interested in discussing this great opportunity to market your business, help support the community and enjoy a fabulous night, contact us.
Fremantle Ball 2015
Thank you for an amazing Fremantle Ball 2015.
Together you raised over $55,000 for the Fremantle Foundation Fund For Children and Young People.
And your ticket purchases contributed a further $20,000 to the Fremantle Foundation’s capacity and ongoing impact.
A wonderful night and and a great result.
To check out all the photos from the night visit our Facebook page.