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White Ribbon Breakfast Parramatta Holroyd DV Committee
 25 Nov, 2014 - 25 Nov, 2014
 Tue 8:00am - Tue 10:00am
 17 Miller Street
  Merrylands, NSW
  Breakfast

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The White Ribbon Day Campaign is a national initiative that focuses on the positive role that men play in preventing violence against women and is a way for men to safely challenge the attitudes of a minority of men who use or condone violence.

The Parramatta Holroyd Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Committee are holding a White Ribbon Day Fundraising Breakfast on the 25th of November to support the work we do with women and families experiencing violence, but more importantly bring education to local men as a prevention strategy to family violence.

 

The breakfast event is an opportunity to build bridges and networks between community workers and local business. The target audience attending the breakfast will be made up of business owners and local professionals; this will be a chance to network and profile your product or service to these potential clients

 

  • The day will include a hot buffet breakfast as well as
  • Local Networking opportunities
  • Fundraising raffle many great prizes
  • Guest speaker
  • M/C
  • Local Performances
  • Live antiviolence pledge.
  • Coin tossing
  • Holroyd city Mayor
  • Western Sydney Wanderers Player

 

 


BUY TICKETS HERE

DO Organiser

 Salwa Albazorganiser
 02 9689 3044

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White Ribbon Day - Parramatta Holroyd Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Committee “The Parramatta Holroyd Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Committee are made up of a number of local government and non for profit organisations that assist women and families experiencing domestic violence. We wish to provide you with an opportunity to make a difference, to those local families suffering in situations of abuse…those families are your customers, clients, patrons…. they make your business and this amazing part of Western Sydney what it is today.”

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