"A number of staff from the office assisted with the ticketing at the beginning of the event which was a lot of fun. It was great to meet and speak to all those attending." Sheree Giffin Executive Assistant to Damian Burton
The NAIDOC Perth Ball is the finale to NAIDOC Week in Perth. As Platinum Sponsors of NAIDOC Perth for a third-year in a row, Cleanaway were proud to be a part of the event to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The NAIDOC Perth Ball was held at the Grand Ballroom at Crown Perth Burswood on 13 July 2019 and brought together NAIDOC members, sponsors, and supporters.
The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs Ken Wyatt kicked off the event with a speech followed by NAIDOC Perth committee members. General Manager Solid Waste Services WA, Damian Burton also represented Cleanaway as Platinum Sponsor in his speech to honour the occasion.
The evening was filled with outstanding performances that included Indigenous dancers, the presentation of Beau, Belle, Lady and Gentleman of the Ball, comedy performances, band performances and a disc jockey set to end the night on a high note.
The Cleanaway team in WA was out in full force to support the event, with a number of staff assisting with ticketing at the beginning of the event.
Cleanaway representatives in attendance included Executive Assistant to the General Manager Sheree Giffin, Commercial Finance Manager Anne McMillan, Administrator Renee Van Den Bussch, State Municipal Manager Daniel Le Provost, Head of HR Services Kelly Rothwell, Site Supervisor Tammy O’Connor, Recruitment Coordinator Sarah Costello and Customer Service and Administration Manager Racine Ogborne.
Congratulations to NAIDOC Perth for a successful month of events honouring the contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to Australia’s culture.
For more information about NAIDOC visit www.naidoc.org.au or www.naidocperth.org.au.
Find out more about Cleanaway’s commitment to making a sustainable future possible for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in our Reconciliation Action Plan.