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Financial services behind Lifeline


(Pictured: John Brogden)

The charity Lifeline is holding its 45th anniversary fund-raising dinner for the Sydney North Shore branch at Luna Park on August 31, with many financial services types booked to attend, including the Financial Services Council CEO, John Brogden, alongside NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell.

Lifeline, which helps prevent suicide for people in crisis, is one of a group of organizations which the investment management industry supports due to the increasing awareness of  the impact of mental illness and suicide on society.

  • Entertainment for the night includes singers Deni Hines, Alex Gibson from The Voice, and cover band Wet Zelko.  Master of Ceremonies is Paul Murray from Radio 2UE and Sky News.

    Tickets are $150 each or $1,500 for a table of 10, available on: www.trybooking.com/48873

    Information: Emma Bagley at [email protected].

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