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International Women's Day Breakfast
Tuesday 8 March 2016
7.15am to 9am
Karralyka, Mines Road, Ringwood East
The International Women’s Day Breakfast is an opportunity for all community members to celebrate this special day. Bring a friend, make up a table or simply come along to hear our inspiring speaker and enjoy a lovely breakfast.
Special guest speaker
Ms Susan Barton AM
Founder and Director of Lighthouse Foundation
The Lighthouse Foundation has a vision to end youth homelessness together. The organisation was formed in 1991 and is celebrating 25 years of having successfully broken the cycle of homelessness for over 750 young people.
They provide their residents not just with a home, but with a family and a therapeutic model of care that is individually tailored and proven to work. Through their Lighthouse experience, young people can heal; learn again to relate to others; and start to rebuild their lives.
There are ten Lighthouse homes in Melbourne with a Mothers and Baby Home in Heathmont.
Join us in supporting The Lighthouse Foundation for International Women’s Day 2016.
Booking and payment
Bookings have now closed.
For more information, please call Communications & Marketing on 9298 4390.
About International Women's Day
International Women’s Day had its beginnings in Europe and the United States in the early 1900s. It pays tribute to the campaign by ordinary women for an improvement in working conditions, for equal wages and the right to vote.
International Women’s Day now unites many millions of women across the world and celebrates the contribution that women make to their workplaces, their families and their communities.