Goodwill Hunting Co is offering a limited number of people the opportunity of the experience of a lifetime. Explore the highlights of Australia’s iconic Kakadu National Park and be part of this uplifting challenge for women supporting women
Clear out those wardrobes and get ready for the Charity Clothes Swap hosted by our friends at Goodwill Hunting Co!! Simply bring clothes you would like to swap, pay your $20 at the door, then go wild!! All proceeds go to to Community Northern Beaches and Starwin!! Starts 4pm on Saturday 31 August!
Join us for the Ivanhoe’s first TRIVIA night for a CAUSE! A night of fun & goodwill hosted by Alisha Aitken – Radburn from 7pm! The Ivanhoe Manly are raising funds to support the most vulnerable people in our community with money raised on the night going towards our homelessness and domestic violence support programs. $10 per head entry! Max 8 per team. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/trivia-for-a-cause-tickets-63726343208 Register your team with email@example.com
Join us our supporters, The Sisterhood Clontarf for lunch at Manly Skiff Club. All proceeds go to Community Northern Beaches . Guest Speaker Antoinette Colbran will talk about the importance of financial empowerment and awareness for women.
Mums & Daughters’ Self Protection Workshop by Mel Thomas
Join Manly Business Chamber at their Annual Golf Day with all proceeds going to Community Northern Beaches support programmes for women surviving Domestic Violence and locals experiencing Homelessness. Proudly sponsored by the Mark Moran Group this is a wonderful event in a beautiful location. From 10.30am on Thursday 16 May. Go to www.manly.org.au/events for full details or contact Chantelle 9977 0513!
Join Daniel Peterson, Manager Homeless Services Community Northern Beaches, Justene Gordon and Digby Hughes on a panel facilitated by Candy Bingham at the next Voices of Warringah Event at Manly Life Saving Club.
RSVP via www.voicesofwarringah.org.au/events
Join us at for The Sisterhood fundraising event at Smithmade on the evening of Thursday 7 March in support of Community Northern Beaches. The Sisterhood is a network of local women who come together to have fun, share knowledge and raise awareness for those less fortunate in our community. Inspiring guest speakers will share personal stories of surviving domestic violence along with information on how to help others in this situation. See the invite for more information or book your tickets through www.trybooking.com/BAQAX
Queries can be made to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carmel 0411 272 251
Every week at Community Northern Beaches we have women, rich and poor, phoning or walking into our centre and asking to see Anona (Nonnie) Le Page, our Domestic Violence Officer, to get help because they are being abused by a man with whom they are living. This abuse is often physical, always psychological and sometimes financial. Very often there are children embroiled in the trauma of these situations. Nonnie works with these women to assist them in moving on and rebuilding their lives.
We believe strongly that there is a huge need to highlight this ongoing social crisis in order to try to protect those victims and survivors who are involved. Consequently we are participating in organising the White Ribbon Walk in November.
Hope to see you there!
Queenscliff Surf Club - walk to The Corso, Manly
Wednesday 28 November 2018
7am for 7.30am departure
BBQ breakfast - gold coin donation. Don’t forget to wear a white t-shirt!
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The Northern Beaches Domestic Violence Network & Zonta Northern Beaches Annual Breakfast is raising awareness of domestic violence and how to stand up and speak out safely. The money raised at this event will support domestic violence prevention work in our local communities. Please buy a ticket and together we can help to create a future free from violence.
Where: International College of Management (151 Darley Road, Manly, 2095)
When: Friday 23rd November 2018
Time: Registration opens at 7am. Breakfast is at 7:30-9am
Cost: $40/pp - book online via www.trybooking.com/413437
For any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
I’ll be performing my new show “ISOLATION” five times back to back over the day from 1pm-9pm on Sunday 11th November at Community Northern Beaches, Manly!
Book your free ticket by visiting the website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/isolation-magic-show-tickets-51639180178
It’s a free show but, if you’d like to donate, any donations would be much appreciated and will go to Community Northern Beaches to help with local community projects, including those dealing with people affected by social isolation.
Suitable for ages 16 and over.
Join us and experience the outstanding benefits of Hatha Yoga which will calm, energise and balance your nervous system. A safe environment to nuture self while building strength and gaining greater clarity to feel renewed and empowered for the road ahead.
Time: Wednesdays 11am-12noon
Venue: Heritage Hall, Community Northern Beaches
Cost: Free (or a gold coin donation)
The Clontarf Sisterhood invites you to Spring Lunch at Manly 16ft Skiff Club.
Tickets are $85 each and include a 3 course meal and a welcome drink. Tickets can be purchased via Trybooking.
All proceeds will be donated to Community Northern Beaches.
You are invited to the ESL Volunteer Thank You Morning Tea!! Calling all current and interested ESL Volunteers, we would love to see you on Friday 28 September at Brookvale Community Centre!! The morning tea is a chance for ESL volunteers to meet one another, exchange ideas, discuss challenges and feel supported in their efforts. There will also be a short introduction to the programme for anyone would like to learn more about it.
Time: 10.30 to 11.30am
Date: Friday 28 September 2018
Place: Brookvale Community Centre, North Hall, 2 Alfred Rd, Brookvale
For more information regarding the ESL Programme, please click on this link https://www.cnb.org.au/multicultural/
The Sisterhood is excited to welcome to its next event local author, TV news anchor and journalist Tracey Spicer .
Tracey is renowned for the courage of her convictions, passion for social justice and her wicked sense of humour. Her recent best-selling memoir The Good Girl Stripped Bare is a candid insight into her upbringing and life as a female TV presenter. Through her experiences, Tracey will empower you to consider the barriers facing women, especially in the workplace, and inspire you to reassess the basis of your relationship with yourself and your family, friends and colleagues moving away from societal expectations to embrace new opportunities through authenticity.
Introduction by Mr James Griffin, MP Member for Manly
Committed to the well-being of women and children, Tracey is kindly donating all proceeds to all four of the local charities supported by The Sisterhood:
The Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter (Manly) Community Northern Beaches (Manly) Dalwood Spilstead Service (Seaforth) Bringa Women & Children’s Refuge (Dee Why)