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Ladies’ night is good news for wildlife

FUNDRAISER: CHART are raising funds for a new animal hospital on the Coffs Coast.
FUNDRAISER: CHART are raising funds for a new animal hospital on the Coffs Coast. Contributed

IT’S an animal-loving ladies night at Dolphin Marine Magic tonight to raise money towards the construction of a wildlife hospital in Coffs Harbour.

Hosted by the Coffs Harbour Animal Rescue Trust, the night promises to be an evening of girly fun with plenty of games, prizes, and nibbles to enjoy.

A variety of homewares, fashion and food retailers will be showcasing their products and offering 10% discounts on their products.

Local musician Bonnie Ferguson will also be providing live entertainment throughout the evening.

Volunteer coordinator and Ladies Night coordinator, Michelle James, hopes the women of the Coffs Coast can come together and have a great time with the common goal to help raise funds for wildlife.

“Our wildlife needs our help and that’s why we’re doing this to try and achieve better health for our animals,” she said.

Ladies Night kicks off at 4pm, tickets are $5 at the door.

All ticket proceeds will be donated to CHART.

CHART was founded in 2012 by Dolphin Marine Magic to support the research, rescue, rehabilitation and release of native wildlife.

Topics:  coffs harbour dolphin marine magic



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