Women in the Eurobodalla will be kicking up their heels at the Broulee Surfers Surf Lifesaving Club on International Women’s Day on Wednesday March 8th
The event ‘Aiding Families on Nauru’ features an auction of three stunning pieces by sculpture Nick Hopkins, and offers much needed assistance to women and girls in offshore detention, with a hoot of a night on offer for local women on their international day.
The hilarious comedian Vicki Habberly - now locally based - will preside over the evening’s events compere a Women’s Trivia Night, yes that means all questions will be about women!! There will be laugh out loud surprises and games involved. And lots of prizes! Come along and celebrate and your contribution will help provide much needed support for the families still being held indefinitely and in appalling conditions on Nauru. All proceeds will go to Chrissie Eilenberg at ‘We CareNauru’ a small organisation doing amazing work! Entry fee $20 and please bring finger food or nibbles to share. Broulee Surf Club will have the bar open so you can enjoy a wine or two! So please bring your friends,your generosity and your laughter to make it a special evening. Numbers are limited, for a booking please contact Barb Lewis Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0448866646. “We’ve had such a great and positive response already through our beautiful region.” says event organizer Barb Lewis .
“ IWD is a perfect day for us local women to get together and celebrate with some fun. It’s also a perfect day to help women just like us. “
Ms. Lewis said that she had become increasingly concerned by the conditions that women and girls were facing in offshore detention. Many other women she spoke to, were looking for a way to pitch in and help.
“ ‘How can we help?’ is what I hear others asking.”
“Women and girls on Nauru are facing an uncertain and terrible time. Their safety, the state of their health, and their emotional wellbeing is deeply worrying. They are also lacking the basic care items and medical support that many of us take as given. Their detention continues to be grueling and indefinite.” said Ms Lewis.
“ We are going to use our wonderful brand of local generosity, our donations and our great community vibe to let the women and girls on Nauru know that we care.” she said.
“We’re also gearing up to laugh our cheek bones off, ably assisted by the wonderful Vicki Habberly.”
IWD Celebration ‘Aiding Women and Girls on Nauru’ March 8th 7.30pm @ Broulee Surfers Surf Lifesaving Club