The Women’s Month celebration of SHARE took place at the Kogarah School of Arts, where more than sixty woman of the community gathered for free to socialise, have fun and listened to great speakers discussing gender and senior related subjects.
At first, Senior Constable Sonia Krcalovic, Crime Prevention Officer, gave a talk on how to stay safe, providing tips about walking at night, telephonic scams, withdrawing money of an ATM and much more, to create awareness on senior safety.
After, the amazing Line Dancing group M2M performed their choreographies. All the attendants joined them to dance and learn the steps of Macarena’s song. It was a moment of having fun as a group and exercising, exactly what our organization promotes and works for.
To talk about domestic violence and women empowerment, the invited speaker was Natalia Esnaide. By telling her own experience, that almost took her to dead, she aims to inspire all women to never give up, to stand tall and to believe in themselves.
Educating the community about the effects of domestic violence promotes respectful and strong relationships, which will hopefully create a safer community for all.
Besides the dancing and the informative talks, the attendants enjoyed a therapy massage and a delightful combination of fruits, cupcakes, wraps, cheeses and dry fruits, with tea, juice and coffee.
SHARE’s team wants to thank to all those incredible women that joined us in these amazing free event to celebrate their month, and we truly hope that they have enjoyed it.
SHARE will be hosting more events in future. Please stay tuned for more information via newsletter, social media or in this website.