PRESENTED BY LIFELINE WA
Lifeline WA’s signature event, the Black Diamond Gala Dinner celebrates its 11th year in 2021 and has become a standout in the Western Australian philanthropic social calendar.
At Lifeline WA, everything we do is dedicated to ensuring that, when a person in despair calls 13 11 14 and reaches out for help, there is a highly qualified and experienced person available to take the call, listen and help that person stay safe for another day.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the 2021 Black Diamond Gala Dinner, you have made a significant and highly visible contribution to the Western Australian community.
Fiona is now the lucky owner of a stunning 18ct white gold, black diamond tennis bracelet featuring 1.00ct round brilliant cut black diamonds and one round brilliant cut Argyle pink diamond set in 18ct rose gold.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a raffle tickets to help raise vital funds for Lifeline WA's services. We would also like to thank Rohan and Toni from Rohan Jewellers for your continued support of Lifeline WA and the community.
Congratulations Fiona DeStefanis!
International surfing legend and Yallingup local, Taj Burrow grew up on Western Australia’s rugged coastline. At just 18, he qualified for the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Tour, becoming the youngest surfer to ever win a national title.
With a professional career spanning more than 20 years, that includes incredible achievements and extraordinary outcomes, inspiring a whole generation of pro-surfers and even having surfing tricks named after him, there is no doubt that Taj has many a tale to tell. Taj's relatability, openness, honesty, and passion for life is truly exciting and inspiring and will leave a lasting impression on our Black Diamond audience.
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