St Andrew's Greatest Show on Earth
13 November, 2010
Raw Pearls was a major sponsor for St Andrew's School's 160th Celebration. The Greatest Show on Earth was held in the "Big Top" at Adelaide Oval and raised funds for projects at St Andrew's School.
Jambo Rafiki Ball 2010
13 November, 2010
Raw Pearls sponsored the Jambo Rafiki Ball held at the Atlantic, Docklands. "Jambo" means "hello, friend" in Swahili and guests were welcomed to a wonderful evening in "The Night Bazaar". All proceeds went to building the Education and Medical Centre at the Children's Village in Ghana.
High Tea for Hutt Street Centre
Raw Pearls was proud to be involved in this inaugural event. Proceeds supported the growth of Hutt Street Centre's Education and Training program (EaT) for homeless people to give them new skills, self-esteem and the confidence to move out of homelessness.
NAB Music Trivia Night
27 August, 2010
Raw Pearls sponsored the National Australia Bank's Music Trivia Night fundraiser. Proceeds supported the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation of which NAB is a founding partner.
George Gross and Harry Who Launch Party
21 July, 2010
Raw Pearls was a major sponsor at the Advertiser Sunday Mail Foundation's Cocktail Party held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. The event launched the 2010/2011 Spring/Summer collections of the much-loved international designers and Adelaide boys, George Gross and Harry Watt. Proceeds supported the Advertiser Sunday Mail Foundation's Blanket Appeal for the homeless of South Australia.
Famous Male Faces Luncheon
16 June, 2010
Raw Pearls was a major sponsor at the Advertiser Sunday Mail Foundation's Famous Male Faces luncheon held in the Ballroom, Hilton Adelaide. The event was hosted by Channel 10's Mark Aiston and guests were treated to a performance by the Adelaide Cabaret Festival's, David Harris. Proceeds went to the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation to refurbish their Paediatric Emergency Department's Pain Distraction Room.
Wesley College's Black and White Night
Raw Pearls supported Wesley College South Perth's music students by donating to their Black and White Night. Funds raised were used to repair the Chapel organ and for music workshops for Wesley's ensemble members.