Dinner Without Prejudice

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 at 6:30 PM (EST)
Palace Chinese Restaurant, 143-145 Castlereagh St, Sydney

You’re invited to join All Together Now at our first Dinner Without Prejudice fundraising event featuring great food for your mind and your belly.

Theme: “Being racist is not only about race”

Dinner prices include a 4-course meal including Peking Duck, Salt and Pepper Soft Shell Crab, a range of Chinese stir fry with rice, and desert. Drinks are not included.

Our 2011-2012 Annual Report

Please take a look at our Annual Report for the 2011-12 financial year.

Key achievements

  • Completed our Give Racism The Finger campaign by running a poster campaign in Melbourne, and evaluating the campaign.
  • Successfully applied for a Diversity and Social Cohesion grant to run the One Parramatta project currently underway. Episode 1 was filmed on 1 & 2 June 2012 with six more episodes due to be produced by May 2013.

Its GiveNow week

GiveNow Week takes place around Australia during December each year to focus attention on the many ways we can make a difference to the lives of others.

This week, please make a donation to All Together Now to help us continue to promote the prevention of racism. We are the only national not-for-profit working solely on addressing racism in Australia. As you’ll see from our recent Annual Report and Give Racism The Finger project report, our overheads are extremely low (1%) and our social impact is high. Every dollar you donate will make a difference.

The Body Shop conference

Earlier this week we gave a presentation at The Body Shop’s annual retail managers’ conference in Melbourne. There was so much enthusiasm and energy for All Together Now’s work, and indeed for all their charity partners.

We made this 40-second film for the managers to summarise our Give Racism The Finger work together earlier this year:

A summary of our Give Racism The Finger campaign with The Body Shop, May-June 2011.

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All Together Now imagines and delivers innovative and evidence based projects that promote racial equity.

We are community driven, we utilise partnered approaches & our work is intersectional.