White Ribbon Campaign is the charity that I will be donating monies to from the Live stream Auction, where you can log in from anywhere in the world to bid on the items below…
White Ribbon is an organisation that works to prevent male violence against women. It is a male-led campaign that believes that most men are good and that good men abhor such violence. White Ribbon also believes in the capacity of the individual to change and to encourage change in others.
Through primary prevention initiatives and an annual campaign, White Ribbon seeks to change the attitudes and behaviours that lead to and perpetuate violence against women. Continue reading →
Wow… what amazing support, since we’ve opened the event it has been incredible the response for the Book Launch and Fundraising Event for White Ribbon Campaign.
Since White ribbon has been announced as the nominated charity with guest speaker Stephen Page sharing his knowledge, passion and enthusiasm, support has been great.
We currently have a dilema that there are limited tickets available (as of writing there are 22 seats available, only 16 special tickets left). We are attempting to add additional space to allow more to attend, however if all those who have indicated that they will attend from the Facebook group and messages it looks like we’ll have more attendees than spaces available. If you have indicated you are attending, you will still need to book and confirm your attendance.
Use the booking links below to confirm
If you are unable to attend and are happy to support the White Ribbon fundraising by purchasing the book, here is the link:
Well here it is… the long awaited interview style video. Here I take you on a journey… my journey, but I’m sure there are parts of the video, where you will see a little part of your own life… your journey. So what happens when we feel we are always stuck in the same spot, how do we move past those thoughts? After what feels like five lifetimes of pain. I want to share with you so that you may know how I triumphed over what seems like five lifetimes of pain…