On Saturday, 6th of October  2018, Kids Are Kids! Therapy and Education Centre will be hosting a Gala Dinner at Novotel Perth in celebration of Kids Are Kids! 21st birthday. We are so proud of what our organisation has achieved over this time and the difference our programs have made to the quality of life of so many West Australian children with disabilities and developmental needs  and their families.

Over the years the need for our quality services and expertise has grown immensely. The aim of the 2018 Gala Dinner is to raise the funds needed to expand our premises, so that we can continue to provide affordable therapy for all families, and particularly those most vulnerable in our community. Event fundraising is only possible with the support of our guests and the generous help from individuals and businesses who are willing to provide donations so that we can create a silent auction and raffle to raise much needed funds on the evening.  Should you wish to donate goods or services or know of any companies or organisations who would like to support Kids Are Kids! it would be very much appreciated. The items we are seeking are including but not limited to the following categories:

  • Food and wine
  • Entertainment
  • Arts and Culture
  • Beauty
  • Travel
  • Leisure
  • Sports & Active
  • Fashion
  • Jewellery
  • Homewares

All businesses who donate will be acknowledged in the printed Program/Menu which is displayed on every guest table on the night. Businesses who are able to provide sponsorship will have their logo displayed on two large screens throughout the evening plus additional forms of publicity before, during and after the event.

Sponsorships are also available. Please download the Sponsorship Document for further details.

Should you wish to discuss sponsoring the event, or donating, please call Marketing Coordinator, Amy Cikarela on 9313 6566 or email amyc@

Download the invitation here and share the event through our Facebook page. Early bird closes 31 August 2018.




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