Liverpool City Council Charity Ball

Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of Liverpool’s premier black-tie event! This year’s Liverpool Charity Ball will be held on 26th August at Liverpool Catholic Club and will feature Wendy Harmer as MC on the night. Not only is Wendy the host of ABC Radio’s Morning Show, but she is also a children's writer, playwright and of Australia’s best loved comedians.

In 2016 comedian Vince Sorrenti was MC on the night, and the event featured a fantastic line-up of entertainment, including the High Rollers Band and local soul sensation Melaia Sadranu.

Artist’s impression of the Healing Garden at Liverpool Hospital.

Liverpool Hospital has been selected as this year’s beneficiary and funds raised at the ball will be used to build a health and healing garden within the hospital grounds. As well as serving as a beautiful entrance to the hospital, it will provide a natural space for patients and their friends and relatives to take a break from the bustling clinical spaces inside the hospital.

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.

Last year, we were able to help the Hospital purchase an ultrasound machine for its intensive care unit. With the help of this machine, they can carefully examine and diagnose more than 200 trauma patients a year.

Funds raised at last year’s ball also went to Miracle Babies and Liverpool Salvation Army.

Sponsorship opportunities & donations

For further information please contact Juan Perez Phone: 9821 9113 or email on

Sponsorship Handbook (2017).  Download our sponsorship booklet.

How to purchase tickets

Click here to pay Online - $135.00 including GST, per person, tables of 10 available, includes four course meal.

An email will be sent to you confirming your purchase and e-ticket.

Tickets can also be purchased from Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. Special offer for volunteers - $70 including GST, per person.
For volunteers promo code please contact contact LCC Events 9821 7771. Use discount code before making a ticket purchase.

Tickets are non- refundable and the price includes a three-course meal, live entertainment and the opportunity to network with people who are dedicated to supporting local charities.

For further information please contact LCC Events Phone: 9821 7771.

For Tax deductible donations above $2.

Click here to donate directly to Liverpool Hospital for this Event.

1. Scroll down on donations ($ other) enter amount.

2. Scroll down select (Other - please specify)  - type; Liverpool Hospital Healing Garden.

2016 chosen charities

Miracle Babies Foundation


Miracle Babies Foundation is Australia’s leading organisation supporting premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them.

Every year in Australia around 45,000 newborn babies require the help of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) or Special Care Nursery (SCN). 25,000 of these babies are born premature and up to 1000 babies lose their fight for life.

For families, the experience of having a baby come into the world not as expected or planned is life changing. Without support, this overwhelming and traumatic experience can have lifelong effects on the emotional wellbeing of these miracle families.  It affects the entire family unit.

Since 2005, Miracle Babies Foundation has been passionate in developing and providing vital programs and resources to support and enhance a family’s experience from a threatened pregnancy, hospital journey with a premature or sick newborn, the transition to home and beyond.

Australia is home to 22 state of the art intensive care units designed to meet the unique and critical needs of our earliest and sickest babies. Working with health professionals on the joint agenda of better outcomes for families, Miracle Babies provides informative education and insight on a family’s experience and funding for equipment, resources and research.

Liverpool Hospital

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As one of the State's Major Trauma Centres we admit over 350 patients who have sustained serious injuries. These patients will have either head, chest, broken limbs and intrabdominal bleeding or a combination of these injuries. The Trauma Unit is classified as a Level 1 Trauma Centre which means it provides the highest level of speciality expertise and meets strict national standards. Specialised teams and equipment are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days of the year.

The Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army is one of the world’s largest Christian social welfare organisations with more than 1,650,000 members working in over 124 countries. They have been in Australia for more than 130 years. Currently they have more than 8,500 active officers and staff delivering in excess of 1000 specifically designed social programs across Australia.

The Salvation Army helps more than 1 million Australians every year – that’s one person every 30 seconds! In a typical week across Australia they provide approximately:

  • 100,000 meals for the hungry
  • 2,000 beds for the homeless
  • 5,000 to 8,000 food vouchers
  • 1,000 people with assistance in finding employment
  • Refuge to 500 victims of abuse
  • Assistance to 500 people addicted to drugs, alcohol or gambling
  • Several thousand people with counselling
  • 3,000 elderly people with aged care services
  • 1000 people in the court system with chaplaincy services

In each community where The Salvation Army has a presence, their officers (who are ordained ministers), staff and volunteers review the local needs and establish relevant objectives.

The Salvation Army seeks to provide holistic support which includes sharing their faith through worship. They also provide social and community support programs and services.

Sponsors 2017

Last updated on 27th Jul 2017