Dîner en Rouge

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Dîner en Rouge is Mayor Karen Williams' annual fundraiser for Redlanders affected by domestic and family violence. Now in its fifth year, this event has already helped raise more than $260,000 thanks to the generosity of the Redlands City community.

Redlands City is a truly beautiful place, but, like everywhere else, we suffer from domestic and family violence. In fact, our city accounts for around three per cent of all domestic and family violence protection orders applied for across Queensland...that’s more than 600 a year and more than 12 victims each week. 

Redland City Council is proud to again be working with Zonta clubs, Soroptimist International, Rotary Club of Cleveland, Redland Foundation and local domestic and family violence service advocates on this year’s Dîner en Rouge. 

The dinner will be held on Saturday 18 May 2019 to coincide with Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month. Hosted by television journalist Heather Foord, the event will feature award-winning author and domestic violence prevention advocate Rebecca Poulson.

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Rebecca Poulson

Be entertained by the Redland City Choir on arrival. Enjoy the sounds of renowned vocal group Tenori who will bring their sense of fun and sophistication to classics from the worlds of opera, jazz, music theatre, and dance the night away with the very talented Honey Music.

Tenori

Tenori

Honey

 

Honey Music

All proceeds from Dîner en Rouge will go towards supporting Redlanders affected by domestic and family violence. But we still need to do more – we need to educate our community and raise awareness of existing, enhanced and new services on offer.

Ticket prices

  • $175 each
  • $1700 for a group of 10 tickets (includes GST)

How to purchase tickets

Purchase your tickets:

Dress attire 

Dress is formal attire with a red and white theme. Red is for Redlands and white is to acknowledge the national campaign to stop violence against women, White Ribbon Day. 

All the details

Who: You, your colleagues, friends and family
What: A sumptuous banquet, exceptional entertainment and auctions
When: Saturday 18 May 2019
Where: A secret location! Meet at Redland Performing Arts Centre, Middle Street, Cleveland

Sponsorship opportunities

You are invited to make a difference to the lives of Redlanders affected by domestic and family violence by lending your support, or your organisation’s support by sponsoring Dîner en Rouge. The Sponsorship Prospectus [PDF 5MB] outlines the full range of attractive packages that offers a broad range of benefits for your organisation. 

Silent auction items

We are also seeking pledges for donated items to be auctioned and raffled on the night to raise vital funds for the cause. To pledge an item, such as sporting memorabilia, holiday packages, vouchers and hampers, please complete and return the Pledge Card [PDF 1MB].

Raffle tickets

For just $10 per ticket, be in the running for Stephen Dibb handcrafted jewellery and a North Stradbroke Island getaway. Tickets are available from the Redland City Council Customer Service Centre (Cleveland), the Redland Performing Arts Centre box office or by contacting events@redland.qld.gov.au. All proceeds support local domestic and family violence services.

Further information

To pledge your support or for further information, please contact Redland City Council by email at events@redland.qld.gov.au

2019 Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor

Karreman quarries 2019 Logo

Ruby Sponsor

Walker corporation logo 2019 Logo new sizing

Rose Sponsors

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2019 Supporters

Stephen dibb logo 2019 Logo new sizing      Whale Watch Resort 2019 Logo new sizing      Stradbroke Ferries logo 2019 Logo new sizing      Pattemores 2019 Logo new sizing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Services and assistance

If you are experiencing domestic or family violence, The Centre for Women & Co provides support and counselling and can be contacted on 3050 3060.

DV Connect offers a 24/7 support hotline 1800 811 811 or contact 000 if you are in immediate danger.