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Alma Doepel Update

30 Jul 2015

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The Alma Doepel fundraising gala luncheon is fast approaching and the team behind the event hope it will provide a major funding boost for the Alma’s restoration.

In the meantime, the restoration team continue to fundraise through other avenues including a crowd-funding campaign to raise the $5000 needed to replace Alma’s “knees” (the structural bracings for the boat’s hull).

More than 80 per cent of the $5000 target has been pledged, with a total of $4156 committed to the project so far.

To pledge a donation visit https://letsact.com.au/projects/alma-needs-new-knees/

Around $1.7 million is needed to complete the restoration of the historic top-sail schooner and return it to Docklands waters as a youth sail training vessel.

The total fundraising tally for July is $4200.
J Morley: $50
Kristina Parish: $150
ADSC: $2000
Alma Doepel Fundraising Luncheon: $2000

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