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Protecting our canine friends

28 Apr 2015

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A fundraising event in Docklands this month will raise money for abused dogs.

Justine Camilleri founded the “2getherdogs Foundation” after she witnessed the reality of abused dogs while working on overseas volunteer projects in Asia.

The organisation’s primary focus is to provide support for the Bali Adoption and Rehabilitation Centre (BARC), which works to alleviate the suffering of Bali street dogs.

“2getherdogs aims to bring the Australian community together through art, music and soul. They hope to inspire you to make a difference and generate a powerful stance against the harsh existence of dogs living in Indonesia,” Ms Camilleri said.

A fundraising event will be held at The Food Court on May 8, with tickets available for $10.

The event will include an artwork exhibition (with artwork available for purchase on the night), music, live painting, performance art, guest speakers and both live and silent auctions.

Contact Justine Camilleri on 0431 367 264 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/767439223363746/ for more information.

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