Colosoul annual Charity Ball to help fund mentorship programs


Tricia Ray, Katelyn Kitching and Liz Stanley. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d482402
Tricia Ray, Katelyn Kitching and Liz Stanley. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d482402

STEP beyond the frame into the world of Colosoul’s annual Charity Ball.

The Subiaco not-for-profit organisation is hosting a night of art, fashion, music and more to raise funds and awareness for the Got Absolute Potential (GAP) and Moorditj mentorship programs.

Colosoul chief executive Tricia Ray said the hands-on programs assist young people who are not coping in the school system.

“Our programs help young people stay at school, and give them a purpose as to why they’re there,” she said.

“It gives them a skeleton to do things the way they want to.”

GAP tailors its program for each young person, with sub-program Moorditj also focused on empowering indigenous youth and reconciliation.

The Beyond the Frame Charity Ball takes place at Crown Perth’s Astral Ballroom on June 23.

Tickets are $179 each and available from weare.colosoul.com.au.

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