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About the Foundation

The Bully Zero Australia Foundation's annual Charity Ball 2016 gives you the opportunity to be a 'hero' for Bully Zero. The event will be held on Saturday 10 September 2016 at 6.30pm at Shed 14, Peninsula Docklands, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Melbourne. This is a black tie event where you'll enjoy a three course meal and drinks. It's $195 a head, or tables of 12 are $2280 (saving of $60 at $190 a ticket) and you can call Melissa Campbell (03) 9094 3718 for tickets. You can also email With the last round of tickets being snapped up fast, get in quick.

Entertainment will be in the form of a performance by Anthony Callea. Anthony rose to prominence after being the runner-up in the 2004 season of Australian Idol. The now Aria award winner's debut single 'The Prayer' became Australia's fastest and highest selling single of all time, remaining at the top of the charts for 5 weeks.

The MC for the night, Johnny Ruffo is another young man whom also burst onto our screens when he was amongst the finalists of X Factor Australia in 2011 and has since gone on to star in the Australian soap opera Home and Away amongst his many pursuits.

The Bully Zero Australia Foundation was launched on 16 March 2013 after a group of families of bullied victims, senior members of the police force, volunteers, psychologists, lawyers, teachers, politicians and professionals from various backgrounds came together and established the Foundation. It filled a huge gap that existed, as recognised by the Mayor of the City of Moreland at the time, which charities and organisations did not fully cover when responding to tragedies that were a result of bullying.

The Mayor (2010/2011), Oscar Yildiz JP was a passionate advocate against bullying and together with amazing support from Peter Fitz, a communications manager, they led the charge towards the development of recognising bullying in all forms as a crime and as being psychologically harmful. Oscar developed many personal relationships with families who had lost their children to this loathsome behaviour. Through the incomprehensible feelings of destruction and pain he felt from these connections, it drove him to quickly forge a unique group of passionate people with a common goal. The idea of the foundation began right there in his lounge room.

This now is your opportunity to stand up and be part of the solution to help wipe out this abhorrent behaviour.

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Why? Charity Ball 2016 - an annual fundraiser for Bully Zero Australia Foundation
When: Saturday 10 September 2016 @ 6.30pm
Phone: (03) 9094 3718
Where: Shed 14, Peninsula Docklands, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Melbourne, VIC
Cost: Single ticket $195; Table of 12 - $2280 (saving $60)
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