Ball brings Tribe together

Published 6:00am 12 March 2024

Ball brings Tribe together
Words by Kylie Knight

Supporters of Tribe Social Belonging are already planning their outfits for the charity’s second annual fundraising ball at The Komo later this month.

The event, on March 23 from 6-10pm, follows the inaugural ball last year which was successful on a few fronts.

It brought the community together for a fun night and raised money to support the organisation’s activities.

The organisation provides opportunity through community connections. It also promotes activities where lonely and isolated people can enjoy a safe and welcoming environment to reconnect.

Tribe Social Belonging Founder Ryan Elson says this year’s event will raise money so the charity can work with Redcliffe Area Youth Space to stage an outdoor concert in May.

“We have some national artists and some local guys keen to come along,” Ryan says.

The gala ball will include entertainment, auctions and games. It also gives the Tribe team the chance to show the broader community what they do.

“Everyone had a good night last year. Because it’s us, we all just have fun,” he says.

“We try to work on belonging, making people feel included. We have people from all different walks of life having a good time.”

Ryan says there are limited tickets available, so anyone wanting to attend is urged to book early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are $120 which includes a two-course meal and three-hour drinks package. Tables of 10 can be purchased for $1000.

To find out more and to buy tickets, visit the Eventbrite page.

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