Liverpool Charity Ball

Nominations now open to receive fundraising proceeds from the Liverpool Charity Ball 2018 – Closes 2 February 2018

Each year Liverpool City Council hosts the Liverpool Charity Ball to raise funds for a local charity or not-for-profit organisation. In 2018 the Charity Ball will be in its fifth year.

Nominations are currently being accepted from local charities and not-for-profit organisations, to be considered as beneficiaries of the funds raised from the 2018 Charity Ball.

To be eligible, the organisation must:

  • Be a charity or a not-for-profit organisation registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC);
  • Be a charity, not-for-profit organisation or statutory body based within the Liverpool LGA;
  • Be a charity, not-for-profit organisation or statutory body that demonstrates a significant and ongoing  contribution to the Liverpool community; and
  • Have not received funds from Council for similar purposes either through Council’s grants, donations or corporate sponsorship programs or from the Liverpool Charity Ball within the last 12 months.

Nominations will be considered at the Civic Advisory Committee Meeting in February and the Committee’s recommendation will be presented at the 28 March 2018 Council meeting for determination.

To download the nomination form, please click here.

Completed nomination forms may be submitted:

By email: 
By post: Attention: Events  
  Liverpool City Council  
  Locked Bag 7064  
  Liverpool BC NSW 1871  
In person: Customer Service Centre  
  Ground Floor, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool  

Nominations must be received by 2 February 2018.

For more information about the Liverpool Charity Ball, please contact Events on 9821 9244 or email

This nomination process is guided by the Civic Events and Ceremonial Functions Policy. To view this policy, please click here.

2017 Beneficiary – Liverpool Hospital

Charity Ball
Liverpool Hospital was selected as this year’s beneficiary. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and guests, almost $50,000 was raised at the Liverpool Charity Ball to help build a new Healing Garden, which will provide visitors and patients with a peaceful and tranquil space as they experience the challenges that inevitably accompany time in hospital.

Artist’s impression of the Healing Garden

The garden will be a place for quiet reflection and rest - you can wander along an Aboriginal healing track or sit in a tranquil environment. There will also be space for teaching and gathering, which can be used to enhance the educational experience for the doctors, nurses and other health professionals of the future, who are learning their craft at our health precinct.