Woollahra Women – The Power of Giving Back

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Due to the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, Woollahra Council is now hosting a series of online events.

Our events calendar will only include digital events at this stage. Businesses and community groups within the municipality can submit suitable online community events through the Promote your event page for inclusion on the events calendar.

Woollahra Women – The Power of Giving Back

Woollahra Women – The Power of Giving Back

25 Sep. 2020 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFriday 25 September 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm

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Join us for the next Zoom session in our online gatherings on Friday 25 September from 12.00pm – 1.00pm, a space where women in our community discuss subjects pertinent to our day to day lives. This month’s topic addresses giving back to the community through volunteering. We invite you to send in your questions for our panellists Julie MacColl and Ruth Shteinman.

Julie MacColl

Julie MacColl
Julie is the Careers, Community Service and Charity Coordinator at Ascham School where she manages a program for high school students to volunteer in various organisations. As community service is embedded in the Ascham curriculum, students learn the impact their time and service can have for the community, with some students volunteering after school for volunteer programs organised by Julie. Julie draws on her background in the Australian Defence Force and service industries to impart a passion for volunteering and connecting with community.

Ruth Shteinman

Ruth Shteinman
Ruth is a member of the executive committee at the National Council of Jewish Women in Woollahra. There she heads the Days for Girls committee, coordinating volunteers in a community project devoted to making reusable sanitary pads for girls and women in developing countries. With the advent of Covid-19 she has successfully overseen the reconfiguration of this endeavour to the Make-At-Home Project.
https://ncjwansw.org.au/days-for-girls-ncjwa/

The Woollahra Women network relies on our community to succeed. Going forward we hope community members will take a greater role in developing and leading this program. If you would like to be involved or would like more information on how Council can support you to guide this program into the future, please contact leah.haydon@woollahra.nsw.gov.au

Cost:

Free - registration essential

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More information:
Cost: Woollahra Council Community Development (02) 9391 7124 leah.haydon@woollahra.nsw.gov.au Visit website


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