OUR SOCIAL IMPACT

The social impact of Engaging Women is ongoing. Here is a snapshot of what this platform has achieved: Advocating on behalf of women and a more diverse world since 2011. Offering MC and communication services pro-bono to family violence and … Continue reading

HIGH TEA WITH A PURPOSE OCTOBER 23RD

You’re invited to a most excellent afternoon supporting young Australians to thrive. Ticket sales from the Inaugural Raise High Tea at Melbourne’s stunning Hotel Windsor will benefit youth mentoring organisation, Raise Foundation. Get Tickets Raise is a not-for-profit which has … Continue reading

RESPECT VICTORIA EXPLAINED?

Until now, most of the focus and funding for family violence in Victoria has been on the response. Response is obviously critical, but as we all know, family violence will not stop without more resources dedicated to stopping it ‘before’ … Continue reading

Indigenous women calling for restoration

Aboriginal elder Kathy Mills National Reconciliation Week. Aunty Kathy Mills OAM is a community leader, Aboriginal elder and activist based in Australia’s Northern Territory. She was the first woman to be elected to the Northern Land Council and was appointed … Continue reading

HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR BAYSIDE SOIRÈE

Congratulations to Lesley Falloon OAM, the former Mayor who took out the first Bayside Women’s Soirèe ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.’ Lesley’s quick wit inspired guests representing small business, professional services, entrepreneurs, medical professionals, captains of industry, educators and women seeking a … Continue reading

OUR WATCH SAYS THANKS

Congratulations to Natalie Bell, her friends, colleagues and friends of Engaging Women who raised a solid $3,366.09 for Our Watch. This fantastic result is the latest effort from our Ambassadors Program and has been acknowledged in a letter from Our Watch CEO Mary Barry: … Continue reading

ENGAGING WOMEN KEYNOTES JEWISH CARE'S ANNUAL BRUNCH

Interview with Delysia Pahoff

It was an enormous pleasure to meet guests at Jewish Care’s ‘Friends of Montefiore’ annual brunch in Melbourne. Sponsored by the Pratt Foundation, this event has a rich, thirty-four year history. 220 people travelled to Leonda by the Yarra to raise funds for Gary Smorgon House … Continue reading