The CorriLee Foundation is an organisation which not only stages major events and charitable fundraisers, but also tries to bring existing charities together. It was established by Tanya Lee in 2008 with the aim of assisting those in the most precarious of circumstances, where opportunity does not often present itself. The CorriLee Foundation owes its name to Tanya's grandmother, Corrie Lee, a person whose virtues our organisation aims to emulate and inspire in others. Virtues such as: perseverance, determination, optimism, generosity, kindness and commitment. Corrie raised a family while her husband was at war, ran her own business in an era when this was not expected of women and endured the loss of a limb without losing her zest for life and her generosity to those around her.
"Corrie Frances Lee, an ordinary Australian, my grandmother and my hero".
-Tanya Lee, founder
A star-studded fundraiser for Dying With Dignity NSW - the organisation fighting for legalisation of voluntary assisted dying. Their aim is to achieve legislation that allows end-of-life choices for individuals with unrelievable suffering from a terminal or advanced incurable illness. Join Andrew Denton, John Bell, Mikey Robbins, Jeff Duff (performing songs from his David Bowie tribute show), The Groove Academy (7 piece band), along with performers Muma Megs, Michelle Martinez & Elle-May Harris with DJs Stephen Ferris, Cadell, Scott Pullen & Jack McCord. A fun night of entertainment & dancing not to be missed!"