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Another successful Peter Pan Committee Literary Lunch!

Once again, The Peter Pan Committee volunteered its time and energy to raise vital funds for Barnardos thanks to their well-known annual Literary Lunch.

This year, the Literary Lunch focused on our Beyond Barbed Wire program to support incarcerated mothers and their children. The lunch was hosted by one of Australia’s most respected investigative journalists, Kate McClymont, AM and guests had the opportunity to hear first-hand about our clients thanks to insightful Barnardos staff Jodie Morrison and Shiree Talbot. Guests also had the opportunity to listen to talented author Diana Reid and many left with a signed copy of her latest novel, Seeing Other People. The event was an absolute hit and the committee is still receiving donations! A heart-felt thank you to the Peter Pan Committee: so much goes into the organisation of such an event! We are so grateful to have Champions for Children like you.

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