An evening with David Pocock

Share Canberra's trusted news:

pocock

BRUMBIES and Wallabies star David Pocock is organising a fund raising evening for his native Zimbabwe.

David grew up in Gweru, in central Zimbabwe, until 2002. At that time his family left the country after some friends had been killed as part of Robert Mugabe’s disastrous land reform program.

Like a number of the white farmers evicted from their properties, the Pocock’s were able to escape, meaning that those left worse off by the land redistribution policy were the farm workers.

Eightytwenty Vision, was established by David Pocock and friend Luke O’Keefe to support, Nkayi- a town in central Zimbabwe. The work of the charity is varied but with a focus on health and education.

The concert, to be held on 4 November at Teatro Vivaldi Restaurant at the ANU is to raise money and support for the work of 80/20.

An evening with Rugby star David Pocock to support the work of Eighty Twenty Vision,
November 4 — 7:30pm
Teatro Vivaldi — ANU Arts Centre
3 Course Meal & Concert
Tickets — $100 per person, Tables of 8-10, To book, call (02) 6257 2718

Who Can You Trust?

In a world beleaguered by spin and confused messages, there's never been more need for diverse, trustworthy, independent journalism in Canberra.

Who can you trust? Well, for more than 25 years, "CityNews" has proudly been an independent, free, family-owned news magazine, serving the national capital with quality, integrity and authority. Through our weekly magazine and daily through our digital platforms, we constantly and reliably deliver high-quality and diverse opinion, news, arts, socials and lifestyle columns.

If you trust our work online and believe in the power of independent voices, I encourage you to make a small contribution.

Every dollar of support will be invested back into our journalism so we can continue to provide a valuably different view of what's happening around you and keep citynews.com.au free.

Click here to make your donation and you will be supporting the future of journalism and media diversity in the ACT.

Thank you,

Ian Meikle, editor

Previous articleCanberra CityNews Women in Business 2014
Next articleControlled burn tonight at the zoo

Leave a Reply