• Maddie White and Sophia Vincent

    Maddie White and Sophia Vincent

  • Nicole Fogarty, Trent Moore and Lindsay Simcoe

    Nicole Fogarty, Trent Moore and Lindsay Simcoe

  • Raffle winners Anthony Guzinski and Sarah Walsh

    Raffle winners Anthony Guzinski and Sarah Walsh

  • Jessica Deangelis and Saliya Gunawardena

    Jessica Deangelis and Saliya Gunawardena

  • Gareth Knapman and Shoba Varkey

    Gareth Knapman and Shoba Varkey

  • Erin Gillen, Lavanya Kala and Kate Kimmer

    Erin Gillen, Lavanya Kala and Kate Kimmer

  • Sarita Amara and Daniel Nguyen

    Sarita Amara and Daniel Nguyen

  • Vincent Learnihan and Kare Dubois

    Vincent Learnihan and Kare Dubois

  • James Sharroge and Jack AShaw

    James Sharroge and Jack AShaw

  • Michelle Patt with David and Nazanin

    Michelle Patt with David and Nazanin

  • Anthony Guzinski, Sarah Walsh and Samuel Kildea

    Anthony Guzinski, Sarah Walsh and Samuel Kildea

  • Amelia Gard, Callie Zorzi and Arabella Rohde

    Amelia Gard, Callie Zorzi and Arabella Rohde

  • Sarah Yee, Heather Moore, Tim Bavinton, Steph Lorenzo, Kurt Gruber and Stacey O'Connor

    Sarah Yee, Heather Moore, Tim Bavinton, Steph Lorenzo, Kurt Gruber and Stacey O'Connor

  • Nan Bak  State Manager of sponsor Konica Minolta and Julie Hyland

    Nan Bak State Manager of sponsor Konica Minolta and Julie Hyland

Project Futures : Stella Fella Fundraiser

13 August 2015

Some organisations need an explanation as the name or the acronym doesn’t necessarily convey their meaning or intent. Stella Fella fits that category. Last year it celebrated a bunch of blokes stepping out in their smart bow ties to support Project Futures, the brainchild of a pocket rocket called Stephanie Lorenzo who felt it was time for blokes to get involved with the NFP (Not For Profit) sector, long considered the domain of women. And they’re making a difference. But at the heart of what Lorenzo does to create partnerships for Project Futures are results with six major corporate partners – locally with Konica Minolta - $2.1 million raised and 250+ victims of slavery directly supported.

Project Futures is intent on ending human trafficking, and they want everyone to think beyond the donation to take an active role in changing our world at all levels where this insidious trade in human beings exists in brothels, restaurants, workshops and agriculture.; and yes that’s in Australia.

To find out more www.projectfutures.com