Postponed: Hutt St Centre’s 2022 Business Lunch
Hutt St Centre has made the difficult decision to postpone our Annual Business Lunch, originally scheduled for Thursday 10 March 2022, at Adelaide Oval.
Our Business Lunch is one of the premiere, sell-out events on the business calendar each year – bringing together business leaders, professionals, and philanthropists to network and fundraise to help people experiencing homelessness in our local community.
We want to ensure a safe and fun event for all attendees. Due to the ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19 in the community, and restrictions under Emergency Management Directions, we have postponed the event to a later date in 2022 (to be announced in due course).
This is not a decision we have taken lightly, as thanks to our generous supporters, the Business Lunch is a key fundraising initiative for the essential services Hutt St Centre provides to people experiencing homelessness.
Guests who have already purchased their tickets for the 2022 Business Lunch can expect to receive an email regarding options for reserving or refunding their purchase.
If you have not yet purchased tickets for Hutt St Centre’s Business Lunch, but would like to be advised of the new date, please register your expression of interest below.
Register your interest in the 2022 Business Lunch
Please note: Registering your interest in Hutt St Centre’s 2022 Business Lunch does not guarantee your ticket purchase, however by doing so you agree to opt-in to further communications regarding our Business Lunch ticket sales and event details.
Thank you for your continued support
Thank you for your generous and ongoing support of Hutt St Centre and people experiencing homelessness.
In particular, Hutt St Centre would like to acknowledge and thank our 2022 Business Lunch Presenting Partners – Bartons, Burbank, ComwireIT and Lexus of Adelaide – and our Event Partners, Yalumba and West End, for their commitment.
Thank you also to our Guest Speaker Hamish McLaughlan, Hutt St Centre Ambassador and MC Ali Clarke, and Hutt St Centre Ambassador and Auctioneer Bernard Booth for their continued dedication and support of our work.
Thanks to our community, Hutt St Centre’s doors have remained open throughout the pandemic and we have continued delivering essential health and wellbeing services to some of our community’s most vulnerable members.
We remain committed to supporting people experiencing homelessness through this time. They are most at risk of suffering the financial and health impacts of the current climate, and continue to need our support.
If you would like to donate to help people experiencing homelessness, please click here.