Who is WaterAid?
WaterAid is an international not-for-profit, determined to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation.
Can I pay via direct debit?
Yes you can. To pay via direct debit please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is organising this event?
This event is being organised by the New South Wales WaterAid Committee – a group of volunteers from different organisations who have come together to raise money for WaterAid.
What sort of event is it?
This event is also held successfully in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. It’s a night that brings together senior executives and their partners for an exclusive, black tie evening. Be prepared for a night of fun and raising money for a very worthy cause.
What time does the Ball start and end?
7.00pm till 11.30pm, Friday 29 October 2022.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is interested in solving the water and sanitation crisis in developing countries. This event also attracts CEOs and senior management from the engineering, water and infrastructure sectors.
Should I bring my partner?
Most tables comprise guests and their partners - but it’s up to you.
How many people on each table?
Can I have more people on my table?
No, to comply with COVID-19 social distancing.
What should I wear?
This is a black tie event with the theme 'Tropical Arafura Sea'.
What happens on the night?
During the night there will be lots of fundraising activities including a raffle, silent auction, live auction, wine wall and entertainment for you to relax and enjoy. We will only accept credit card payments.
Will I receive tickets for the night?
All tickets will be electronically issued. These will help you know where to go, what time etc and are ideal for sending on to your guests.
Where is the event?
Sydney Town Hall, The Centennial Hall and Vestibule
What if I have food allergies or I am vegan, vegetarian, gluten free?
Please email email@example.com and let her know.
Why do I need to provide the names of my guests in advance?
For COVID-19 government safety regulations we must have your guests full name, organisation, email and phone number to provide to the venue for contract tracing purposes. We will also have an electronic bidding system on the night – and for this to work, we need to have the names of your guests in advance. Without guest names you will not receive electronic bidding for your table. It also helps us with any guests with dietary requirements.
What if I need to change a guest name after I have provided my names?
Please contact Bronwyn Wilcox on Bronwyn.firstname.lastname@example.org or 0413 777 874 to provide your new guest name and if it is on the day, the guest will also need to go directly to the registration desk to provide their details and check in.