Kingston Interfaith Network Kingston Council and Kingston Interfaith Network Committee will host a panel discussion on the role of faith organisations in preventing family violence at Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin on Tuesday, 26 November.
Kingston Interfaith Network Kingston Council and Kingston Interfaith Network Committee will host a panel discussion on the role of faith organisations in preventing family violence.
Guest speakers include Dr Ree Boddé from Think Prevent and Councillor Sandra Mayer (former Mayor, Frankston City Council) who will also share her inspiring story through a live music performance.
The panel will include: Paula Westhead, executive officer Emerge Women & Children’s Support Network, Dr Ree Boddé, Think Prevent, Pudak Nayati, Indonesian Muslim Community of Victoria, Cr Sandra Mayer, former mayor, Frankston City Council and Interfaith Committee members.
A buffet dinner will follow the discussion. The event is free, but guests are encouraged to bring a gift card donation to the victims of family violence living in crisis accommodation in Kingston. The cards and vouchers will be collected during the event and donated to Emerge to support women and children. Emerge may use some of the donations as Christmas presents. To book, click here.
When: Tuesday 26 November 2019 6pm to 8pm
Where: Kingston City Hall, 979-985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin
Contact: Elisabetta Robecchi or Amy Wallis | (03) 9581 4783
Bookings: Online at Eventbrite