21. September 2018 - 19:00 till 22:00
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10x10 Honggkong | 334 Little St | Friday, 21. September 2018

Pledges are now available for the SYDNEY event!

(Drinks & canapés provided. To view a map of the location, please click here)

If you would like to attend and support the event, please click on the PLEDGE button and donate the amount of your choice to receive a ticket to the event. Your Pledge purchase is converted to your donation which is 100% tax deductible.10x10’s MISSION“To Empower the Next Generation of Giving”HOW DOES IT WORK?10 volunteer committee members organise a charity event (1 x venue, 3 x charities, 1 x dragons, food & drink).Each committee member invites at least 10 of their friends to make a $100 pledge (or more) to attend the event (10x10... get it?) creating a pool of at least $ arrival, each attendee is given 'Charity Dollars' equal to the value of their ‘Pledge’.After drinks and canapes, attendees are seated to watch the #Dragonforgood question the three chosen charities who pitch, to you the audience, their cause, model and attendee then decides directly who they want to give their ‘Charity Dollars’ receive 100% of the funds raised minus a 10% project fee to 10x10 to cover admin and overhead costs.You will then receive a tax deductible receipt 4-6 weeks from the charity post the event.


Listed below are the three charities that will be pitching on the night:

Green Music Australia

Green Music Australia works with musicians, festivals and venues to reduce the music scene’s environmental impact, and we mobilise around that action to drive deep social change. Through campaigns, tools, case studies and hands-on support, we help slash plastic waste, cut emissions from energy and transport, and support musicians to be advocates on vital issues. Because music opens hearts and minds to new ideas, and because musicians are such culturally influential people, the positive actions we facilitate have huge flow on effects to the wider community. With smart, strategic work, we are both directly protecting the environment and making it cool to be green.

Watarrka Foundation

The Watarrka Foundation's focus is on young people. They deliver programs that support a sustainable environment, education, healthy lifestyles and independent livelihoods for Aboriginal communities in the Watarrka region.

Share The Diginity

Share The Dignity collects thousands of pads, tampons and personal hygiene products every YEAR for women experiencing homelessness and poverty. Small dignities make a big difference. We fund funerals for victims of domestic violence and campaign for justice for women in Australia.


Jess Miller

Deputy Lord Mayor Councillor Jess Miller was first elected to Council in 2016, and is one of the youngest people to hold elected office at the City of Sydney. Jess is currently Deputy Chair of the Environment Committee and the Cycling Advisory Committee, and a member of the Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils.

Jess is passionate about supporting Sydney’s night-time economy, and the artists, musicians, small bar owners and venues that underpin it.

Jess is a Program Advisor to sustainability and innovation company, Republic of Everyone.

Jess is known for her creative and inclusive approaches to sustainability, strategy and innovation. Jess co-founded GreenUps Sustainability Drinks, Grow it Local and the Elizabeth Street Gallery, and she has worked on the Garage Sale Trail, Tweed Ride and Grow Show – which featured an enormous veggie patch and education programs outside Melbourne Town Hall.

For the last three years, Jess has curated the food program for TEDxSydney where she introduced ‘Crowd-farming’, ‘Rebel Food’ and ‘Love Food’. Jess is passionate about the power of food to bring people together, celebrating local producers and Sydney’s food and drink, and was the Curator of the General Thinking on the Streets of Barangaroo evet series.

Jess sits on the Environment Panel for the Greater Sydney Commission, is a Weleda Biodiversity Ambassador, sits on the Parent Advisory Group of the Parenthood, and was voted the Sydney electorate’s Woman of the Year in 2014. She was voted as a Reformer in the Sydney Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People in 2012.

Her work has earned an Industry Innovation Award from the Property Council for the 202020 Vision, Good Design Award for Social Innovation, Australian Event Award for Best Achievement in Catering for TEDxSydney and Growit Local Collaboration.

How Do I Collect My Pledge?

Your Pledges will be available for collection at the venue on the night of the event. For a $100 pledge, you'll receive two $50 charity vouchers which you can allocate across the charities however you please. 

Options for $150 and $250 Pledges are also available which will give you additional vouchers.
Receipts will be issued for the full amount of the pledge price following the event.