Australia's Milton Ulladulla Times reports that legendary ROSE TATTOO frontman Angry Anderson will be the ambassador for Ulladulla's Dunn and Lewis Youth Development Foundation.
The charitable foundation was formed following the devastation and tragedy of the 2002 Sari Night Club bombings, which claimed more than 200 lives, including Ulladulla boys Craig Dunn and Danny Lewis.
The Dunn and Lewis Youth Development Foundation was established by Craig's mother Gayle Dunn, who is hoping to turn tragedy into triumph by establishing the Dunn and Lewis Youth Memorial Centre.
Gayle's story, her fight for funding for the centre and drive to make the complex a reality was featured in the confronting TV special "Bom Bali" on Saturday night.
Angry was so moved by Gayle's story he has pledged to give the Foundation's Capital Appeal his total commitment to ensure that the South Coast mother's dream becomes reality.
"We are very excited to have Angry Anderson as the ambassador for the Dunn and Lewis Foundation," Gayle said.
"He has always been such a strong advocate for youth and youth issues."
Gayle is hoping that having the ROSE TATTOO frontman as their public face will raise the profile of the foundation on a national level.
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