Redcliffe Rocks Everyone World’s for the Benefit of the Homeless

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The Angry Anderson Band, along with 20 rock bands, rocked everyone’s world when they performed at Rockin’4 The Homeless 4.0 in Redcliffe. The concert was held at the Dolphins League Club on Saturday, the 6th of May.

 

Free full meal for the homeless of Redcliffe

The Breakfast Club logo says it all
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Dan Nebe organises this annual rock concert raise funds for homeless people in Redcliffe. This year, proceeds will be turned over to The Breakfast Club, a non-profit organisation run by a group of volunteers to provide free meal to the homeless people in the community.

The Breakfast Club schedules free breakfast three days each week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. at the CWA Hall, 189 Redcliffe Pde. There are also evening meals for the homeless and people-in-need every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:00 p.m.

Since 2003, The Breakfast Club has been funded mainly by donations from local businesses, churches, and fundraising events such as this year’s Rockin’ 4 The Homeless 4.0 Concert.

 

A successful concert and a lucky winner

This means a lot to the homeless people of Redcliffe
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The successful event raised a total of $53,227 to help The Breakfast Club provide free full meals to Redcliffe community.

A truly lucky woman to drive a Harley-Davidson
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Aside from the concert, sponsored prizes and gifts were raffled off, such as the Harley-Davidson bike from the Morgan and Wacker, the first dealer of Harley-Davidson. Sherree Bell from Margate, who just purchased her $350 raffle book on concert night, went home as the proud owner of the big bike. A total fund of $27,290 was raised during the raffle alone.

Lucky band, too, to win a recording package
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If the raffle winners were lucky, so was the “Sling” band. This young band won a recording package worth $600 from the Classic Rock Central and Rockin’ 4 the Homeless.

After the success of this year’s concert, organiser Dan Nebe expressed excitement in rocking everybody’s world and doing it all over again next year.