Shine event lights up the night for domestic violence awareness - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views

Mandy Sorrentino, Marc Sorrentino, Simonne Auer, Nicole Garnham, and Zac Dean. Photos: Supplied.

James Dean Residential, in conjunction with Sorrentino Property and KD Projects Pty Ltd, recently hosted board members of the Allison Baden-Clay Foundation at the annual Shine fundraising event, held at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron.

Now in its second year, Shine has become a highlight on the bayside social calendar, throwing light
on the issue of domestic violence and coercive control, with funds raised directed to the Allison Baden-Clay Foundation.

James Dean Residential’s Simone Auer said the ongoing partnership with The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation remains strong.

“For the second year, we hosted the Board Chair, Vanessa Fowler, who addressed guests including Deputy Commissioner of QPS, Tracey Linford APM, Joan Pease MP, Cr Peter Cumming and Laura Valenti, founder of Safehome Alliance and Board member of the REIQ.

“We are very grateful to all attendees for taking up the challenge to become change-makers in our community,” said Simone.

Deputy Commissioner of Police – Tracey Linford, Chair of Allison Baden-Clay Foundation – Vanessa Fowler, SafeHome Alliance Founder and REIQ Board Member – Laura Valenti and Simonne Auer – James Dean Residential

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