In its third year, guests of the annual Black Diamond Supper Club stepped into the Roaring Twenties embracing the speakeasy feel.
The theme of 1920’s glam was well and truly embraced by the 500 guests as they admired an original 1922 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost (nicknamed Gertie) and danced the night away to sounds of the sensational Libby Hammer and a 14-piece big jazz band.
Ball goers also made the most of the 20s themed photo booth and Vintage Pamper Parlour, embracing the evening’s theme with gusto.
Although behind the fun stood a strong message, guests weren’t just there for a good time, with every single auction item being sold, as well as every bottle on the wine wall. There was an incredible response to the raffle prize, a stunning rose gold pendant featuring 105 Argyle pink and black diamonds, kindly donated by Rohan Jewellery Leederville.
All funds raised on the night go directly to sustaining and expanding Lifeline WA’s work in suicide prevention, intervention and post-vention.
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Out of the Shadows and into the Light 2012
In support of World Suicide Prevention Day, Lifeline WA held its third Out of the Shadows walk. At the early hour of 5:30am on Saturday 8th September 2012 we saw 300 people step Out of the Shadows and into the Light with Lifeline WA at Kings Park.
In 2010, Lifeline WA held the first Out of the Shadows walk with 75 people attending. In 2011 Lifeline took the walk national with 19 Out of the Shadows walks taking place across Australia. In 2012 we saw 42 Out of the Shadows walks take place across the country.
The Out of the Shadows walk is a chance for people to join together and remember those lost to suicide and support those who have been bereaved by suicide.