Hosted by ABC’s Craig Reucassel and son, Jasper
Celebrate ATYP as we kick off our countdown to move with an 80’s themed fundraiser!
As ATYP prepares to leave our Wharf home of 20 years, we are throwing the biggest party Pier 4/5 has ever seen! Money raised through tickets and on the night will go towards funding more ATYP workshop scholarships in 2018. Workshop scholarships are a vital part of ATYP programs and they provide young people with access to awesome programs they otherwise would not be able to attend.
Donations made to ATYP on the night or through our ticketing system for this event will be eligible for matched funds by the Macquarie Group Foundation.
The Final Countdown will be a celebration of all things 80s, as well as all things ATYP. Get ready for trivia, games, dinner, drinks, smash 80’s hits from a live band, special guests and loads more!
So, what are the details?
Thursday October 12, 2017
7pm to 11pm
Simmer On The Bay - 13 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
$175* per person (18+ only)
Table of 10 people $1,500 (Use Promo Code TEN when purchasing tickets)
- Gold Table - table of 10 people, company logo profiling, ATYP vouchers - $3,000 (Use Promo Code GOLD when purchasing tickets)
- Silver Table - table of 10 people, company logo profiling - $2,500 (Use Promo Code SILVER when purchasing tickets)
- Celebration Table - table of 10 people with company logo - $2,000 (Use Promo Code CELEBRATION when purchasing tickets)
Not able to join us? Please make your gift here to support ATYP's Scholarship Fund. Gifts received until the event will also be eligible for matching from Macquarie Group Foundation.
*The ticket price for The Final Countdown fundraising event includes a market value of benefits that exceed the allowable ATO tax deductible contribution for fundraising events. According to the ATO for a contributor to claim a tax-deductible contribution, the benefit they receive must be no more than 20% of the value of the contribution or $150, whichever is less. Unfortunately, in this situation the benefit is valued at well over the 20% threshold and therefore we cannot provide our supporters with a tax deductible receipt for a donation.