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Win a car at charity dinner

Win a car at charity dinner One lucky attendee at this year’s Mayoral Charity Dinner is set to drive home in style. Yes  

One lucky attendee at this year’s Mayoral Charity Dinner is set to drive home in style.

The event, on Friday 17 August at Bankstown Sports Club, will include a three-course dinner, live auction, entertainment and a raffle which will feature, among other great prizes, a Toyota Yaris.

Mayor Khal Asfour said all proceeds from the night will go to the Steve Waugh Foundation, which supports children and young adults with rare diseases.

"This will be a rare opportunity to see and meet Steve, who grew up in Bankstown and played his junior cricket at the local Memorial Oval complex," Mayor Asfour said.

"You will also be treated to some great food and entertainment, and be in with a chance to win the car by purchasing tickets in the major raffle."

"But, most importantly, you will be contributing to our major annual fundraiser, where every dollar raised goes to the nominated charity, this year being the Steve Waugh Foundation.

"The Foundation does great work for people in need throughout Australia, including Canterbury-Bankstown."

Mr Waugh said he was looking forward to returning to Bankstown and meeting the locals.

"Thank you to the Mayor for selecting our foundation to be the recipient of this year’s Charity Dinner. The funds will do a great deal in helping us continue our work," he said.

"I look forward to coming to Bankstown to see everyone there."

The Toyota Yaris was sold to Council at cost price by Noble Toyota.

Only 500 tickets are available for the event, at $200 per person. For booking information, visit

 1/08/2018 8:44 AM