oOh!Media and Nine Perth among returning sponsors for 2024 Oasis Ball

Oasis Ball

The Oasis Committee hopes to raise $150,000 for The Salvation Army and Oasis House. 

oOh!Media, Crown Resorts, Nine Perth, and Val Morgan are returning as major sponsors for the 2024 Oasis Ball.

Each company is on board to support the Oasis Committee’s efforts to raise $150,000 for The Salvation Army and Oasis House. 

Michelle Testa, Carat client partner and 2024 chairperson said: “Our industry is feeling the bumps and hurdles of the current state of the economy, and we acknowledge that we are not immune to the budget cuts and reduced spending in extracurricular activities such as sponsorships and events.

“What was most pleasing in each of the meetings with our major sponsors was their alignment with our concern that we must be better as an industry at reconnecting with our purpose and mission to be a force for good.”

Testa added that the group has “ideated around boardroom tables over the past few months to enhance the experience for our guests whilst ensuring we balance the glamour of the event and find new ways of delivering our fundraising goal.”

The Salvation Army’s WA Youth Programmes are designed to serve some of the most disadvantaged young people within the community. These young people’s lives have been impacted by their parents’ or guardians’ alcohol and drug addiction, mental health, and unstable home environments. 

The focus of the Oasis Project is Oasis House in Mirrabooka, with funds raised supporting a range of initiatives aimed at giving young people a safe and stable environment in the first instance and help them transition to independent living. 

This Oasis Ball, now in its 28th year, will be held on Friday 17 May 2024 at Crown Towers. More than 900 guests are expected to attend.

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