Path of Hope Ball inspires guests to overcome family and domestic violence

Governor Kerry Sanderson and Former Governor Dr Ken Michael. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Governor Kerry Sanderson and Former Governor Dr Ken Michael. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.

BARRISTER Judith Fordham inspired the crowd of 600 people at the Path of Hope Foundation Cinderella Gala Ball with her story of overcoming family and domestic violence on Saturday night.

The black tie event included pre-dinner drinks, a three course meal and feature performances by Amanda Dee and Soothe, as well as the Perth Symphony Orchestra.

Mining and Pastoral Region MLC Robin Scott and Julia Mattarocchia. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Catherine Eastman. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Marlena Burling. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
David and Rondelle May. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Joseph Dias and Michelle Davis. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Helen and Roger Davis. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Tobias Akesson and Rebecca Tolstoy. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Jennifer Feldwik. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Theresa McComish and Marieanne Azzalini. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Elouise Aurora, Carol Hall and Vilma Velletri. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Ashley McDonald and Emma Rose. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Katie Hodson-Thomas, Tony Simpson and Katherine Galvin. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Dan Scott and Amanda Noack. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Debbie Woodman and Sarah-Jane Sharp. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Dr Tessa Kaminski. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Jo Quinn and Dean Smith. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Smith.
Perth Symphony Orchestra Quartet. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.
Perth Symphony Orchestra. Picture: Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.