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Dine with the Champions

Book your tickets for Dine With The Champions 2020

Fundraising dinner with some of Australia's sporting greats

Our annual Dine with the Champions event on Thursday, 5 March 2020 helped raise funds for Sacred Heart Mission’s Kick Start Wellbeing and Activities Program.

Dine with the Champions is a fabulous mix of sporting greats, delicious food and excellent company, which kicks major goals for Kick Start. 

Our Kick Start Program enables us to provide sport and recreation activities for people experiencing homelessness and disadvantage.

Guests will enjoy dinner and drinks in the functions room at Cricked Victoria, based in the CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval.

Dine with the Champions sporting guests have included a ‘who’s who’ of sporting champions and personalities sharing their triumphs and tribulations throughout their careers. 

Past alumni include Cathy Freeman OAM, Nick Sharne Warne, Dylan Alcott, Archie Thompson, Damien Oliver, Alisa Camplin OAM, to name but a few.

Our Kick Start Program

Kick Start activities program

Sacred Heart Mission’s Kick Start Program offers individualised support to people, to help them participate in sport and recreation, addressing their physical and mental health and their drug and alcohol use.

Kick Start supports them to be independent and build positive experiences of the community, from learning about healthy diets to playing tennis and cricket, swimming and joining a gym.

All activities are free and transport is provided. Some of the activities offered include: cricket, swimming, tennis, yoga, bowling, fishing, walking groups, movie afternoons and mystery day trips.

Dine with the Champions is supported by a committee of passionate sporting enthusiasts, known as Mission Possible.

** With thanks to the Mission Possible Committee: Paul Ryan (Chair), Paul Higgins, Sheridan Jones, Tiffany Cherry, Torsten Kasper, Tommy O’Dwyer

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0136,596Meals served through our meals program over the last year
069,269Hours contributed by our volunteers over the last year
05,740Responses at our Women’s House over the last year
Sacred Heart Mission acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Victoria and pays respects to them, their culture and their elders past, present and emerging.

 

Sacred Heart Mission has always aimed to be a place that embraces a sexuality and gender diverse community; everyone is welcome at our table and we believe a diverse community is good for everyone.
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