Fundraiser by those feeling lucky

On hand for Bowling for Cambodia are Amy Russotti, Adie Chapman, Jessica Winters, Gabor Kamaromi, Sam Newman, Michael Haynes, Brendon Dhu and Sarah Komaromi. Picture: Martin Kennealey
On hand for Bowling for Cambodia are Amy Russotti, Adie Chapman, Jessica Winters, Gabor Kamaromi, Sam Newman, Michael Haynes, Brendon Dhu and Sarah Komaromi. Picture: Martin Kennealey

Now in its second year, the fundraiser is run to help provide English classes and development programs to a small village in Cambodia.

Jessica Winters, one of the organisers, said the day would include barefoot lawn bowls, market stalls selling vintage and second hand clothes, home-made preserves and a collection of other second-hand treasures.

‘We hope to get some dialogue happening in our own community about how we can help those who are less fortunate because many of us on a daily basis contemplate our ‘luck’ for being born where we are, but rarely are we given the gifted opportunities, like we are, to provide something in return for that luck,’ she said.

‘You will get some amazing live music, amazing people, amazing food and an amazing atmosphere all afternoon and all night.’

Bowling for Cambodia will be held at the North Fremantle Bowling Club from 1pm to midnight on Saturday, November 9.