Upcoming Events

Club Forum

Time & Date: 

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 - 18:30

Location: 

99 on York
99 York St
2000 Sydney , NSW
Australia

Club Forums are where we get to have our say and contribute our ideas to those exciting plans our Directors have in store.  Come along to get an update on what's coming up and how you can be part of it..............

Vinnie's CEO Sleepout - Bernie Fahon

Time & Date: 

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 - 18:30

Location: 

99 on York
York Street
2000 Sydney , NSW
Australia

After a successful career in Manufacturing and Design, Bernie became a Certified Financial Planner and a Self-Managed Super Specialist Adviser based in Penrith at the foot of the beautiful Blue Mountains . He specialise in aged care advice and Self-Managed Superannuation. Bernie is heavily involved in the community and Founded the Vinnies CEO Sleepout that has, so far, raised over $20 million for the Vinnies charity nationally. Bernie has received national recognition for his efforts with the Vinnie's CEO Sleepout.  Come along to hear what inspires a leader like Bernie to help those in need.  With The Darlings' focus on inner city homelessness the CEO Sleepout is a cause close to our hearts and which we have supported over several years with some Darlings sleeping rough to really get a feel of what it's like not to have a home to go to on a cold winter's night.

Be inspired by Rebecca Poulson and live the life you have created

Time & Date: 

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 - 18:30

Location: 

99 on York
99 York St
Sydney
Australia

Rebecca Poulson's personal story is an extraordinary triumph of going from horrific tragedy to living the very future she designed and created. She is so much more than her story.

Just days before her 23rd birthday Rebecca's beloved older brother Adrian suicided. This did not make her life immune to more tragedy. On the very day of her 33rd birthday her father Peter, 4 year old niece Malee and one year old nephew Bas were brutally murdered. The murderer had been a part of her loving and kind family, her brother in law Neung. Neung was shot by the police at the scene and died.For most people this would have been the end. Instead, Rebecca chose to speak for those who cannot any more. Rebecca sought out to meet with the NSW Premier and the Minister for women, Pru Goward.. This was a history-making opportunity that allowed her to directly influence Domestic Violence Laws. The Premier attributed Rebecca for these law changes.