We’re asking you, our community, to host a breakfast, morning tea or lunch on International Women’s Day (Wed 8 March) or during the month of March to help us raise respect and raise funds to support women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Respect is the building block of all healthy relationships, we’re all responsible for our own words and actions, and can all contribute to a gender equal world this International Women’s Day.
Host a morning tea to raise respect and support Jenny’s Place this International Women’s Day. It’s easy, let’s get started!
Jenny’s Place have been supporting women and children to break free from the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness in the Hunter for over 45 years. Through our work, one thing is certain – Where there’s respect, there’s safety.
By raising respect through our conversations, understanding and interactions with others, as well as raising funds for Jenny’s Place, we can lead the change to a more respectful and equal future. A future where women and children can feel safe, respected and equal in communities free of domestic violence and homelessness.
We’ve put together fundraising ideas below to help you host the perfect Jenny’s Place Raising Respect Morning Tea event.
Change the Story is the ‘Our Watch’ evidence-based framework to guide a coordinated and effective national approach to preventing violence against women.
Below are some great examples of resources for adults around respect and equality.
Are you ready to start planning? Register and download our Raising Respect Starter Kit Pack