This year, Mayor of Campbelltown George Greiss has planned a Vegas Nights styled Charity Gala Dinner to raise funds for a new program from Humanity Matters that will directly support young people in Campbelltown.

“Humanity Matters do fantastic work to break down barriers for young people who feel marginalised from the wider community and engage directly with youth on the street through their extensive network of streetworkers and outreach programs,” Dr Greiss said.

With the City of Lights coming to Ottimo House on Saturday 2 March, guests are invited to dress in their most glamorous Vegas-inspired attire and enjoy an evening filled with live entertainment, games, great food and networking with other local businesses and residents.

Dr Greiss said that the event will specifically support Humanity Matters’ Feet On the Street program, which aims to provide marginalised young people with arts and sports activities.

“We know that this sort of engagement leads to better outcomes for mental health so I’m excited to see a program like this starting in Campbelltown,” he said.

“So I strongly encourage local businesses and residents to consider sponsoring the event or buying a ticket to help raise funds for this great cause.”

Tickets for the Mayor’s Charity Gala Dinner, of $200 per head or $1800 for a Table of 10, are available at this link: https://www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/Whats-On/Mayors-Charity-Gala-Dinner