Morning tea to celebrate International Women’s Day
Connecting Community for Kids will be hosting a morning tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The free event on March 8 is open to all women in the community, who are invited to share their experiences, meet like- minded women and hear from inspiring panel members on how they are working to find a better balance. The theme for the 2019 campaign is Balance for Better, with panel members to include South Coastal Women’s Health chief executive Penney Webb and Kwinana Early Years Services chief executive Annette Harwood to celebrate women’s voices and belonging.
Connecting Community for Kids partnership director Jane Miller said through community engagement, the organisation had worked with highly motivated and inspirational women who, despite barriers such as language, had striven to achieve their goals and make a difference to the community. “International Women’s Day acts as a platform to celebrate and acknowledge these women, as well as inspire and empower others,” she said. The morning tea is on Friday, March 8 from 10am- 2pm in Ken Jackman Hall at Darius Wells Resource Centre, Chisham Avenue and Robbos Place, Kwinana.
Creche facilities are available and attendees are asked to bring a plate of food to share and a photograph of a woman inspiring to them. RSVP via trybooking. com/ BASLL.