Pontoxeniteas NSW to hold fundraising gala in Sydney for the Pontian House


Pontoxeniteas NSW are hosting a ‘Winter Wonderland Gala Fundraiser’ on Saturday, May 25 in Sydney to raise much-needed funds for the Pontian House.

The fundraiser will be held at The Grand Roxy in Brighton-Le-Sands from 6.30pm.

On the night, attendees will enjoy a four course meal and drinks, as well as plenty of live entertainment featuring Greek, English and Pontian music.

Deejay Dino will be providing cool tunes throughout the night, whilst Spiro Zafiropoulos will be on the bouzouki, George Apostolidis on the lyra and vocals, Arthur Natsikas on the daouli, and Chris Skenderidis on the keyboard.

As Pontoxeniteas NSW is hoping to raise funds on the night to renovate its 45-year-old Pontian House, there will also be a silent and main auction, as well as plenty of prizes to win.

“Our Pontian House is our second home, like we fix and renovate our own houses, our second home needs all of our help. It has been our building since the 1980s, where we all grew up and it was also a place where many Greek Associations held their dances and events,” Pontoxeniteas NSW President Maria Anthony told The Greek Herald.

“The Pontian House carries so many wonderful memories, it’s more than only a building.”

The Greek Herald is a proud supporter of this event. You can purchase your ticket to the event here: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1184124?

Event details:

  • WHAT: Pontoxeniteas NSW Winter Wonderland Gala Fundraiser
  • WHEN: Saturday 25 May 2024, 6.30pm
  • WHERE: The Grand Roxy, 128 The Grand Parade, Brighton-Le-Sands NSW 2216
  • DRESS CODE: Cocktail
  • TICKETS: $140 per person
  • TICKETING LINK: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1184124?




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