Success of Taj Mahal 2022

On Saturday 10 September, guests were immersed in Indian cuisine and culture for our Taj Mahal fundraising dinner, in partnership with The Illawarra Grammar School (TIGS) and the Illawarra Indian Community. It was a successful event, having raised over $150,000.

Funds were raised to support The Disability Trust, TIGS Sony Camp, and the TIGS Foundation.

The funds raised will continue to benefit The Disability Trust’s ongoing mission to support individuals and families living with disability, including assistance through specialised programs and provision of necessary equipment for support.

The annual TIGS Sony Camp is held in partnership with The Disability Trust and provides children living with disability with a 3-day camp full of adventure and fun. The camp also allows parents to enjoy respite from the everyday challenges they face.

The TIGS Foundation will fund a full scholarship for a local child/children to attend The Illawarra Grammar School, whose circumstances would not normally allow them the opportunity of an education at TIGS.

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