United Way WA are proud to deliver a range of fundraising, educational and community events as part of our mission of working together to empower and unite communities for positive change.

Unfortunately, with the physical distancing in place over the last few months we have missed our regular UWWA seminars and events. However, with restrictions lifting we plan to end the year with a bang and we can’t wait to see your smiling faces!  

“Thank you – it was great to get insight into the many ways we could give back.. with time.. not just from our pockets.”

We’re celebrating another life-changing year of our unique program ‘Empowered for Employment’, supporting women to rebuild their lives after experiencing Family Domestic Violence. Join us for an evening of food, wine, and inspiring talks, sharing how we can all empower women and make real change in the community, and don’t forget the fabulous raffle prizes!! 

DATE: 24th November
TIME: 5.30pm – 8.30pm
VENUE: Backlot Studios 
TICKETS: https://events.humanitix.com/empowered-for-employment-sundowner
Keynote Speakers

Tania Cecconi

CEO at CEOs for Gender Equity

As a senior manager and executive, Tania has worked across the public and not-for-profit sectors, specialising in post compulsory education, training and employment. She is motivated by improving the workforce participation of vulnerable groups in society, particularly women’s participation. As CGE’s first executive officer, Tania has successfully shifted the conversation in WA from fixing women to fixing organisations. She has brought a game-changing proposition and strategy to CGE that ensures all CEO members assume responsibility and accountability for creating a gender balanced workplace.

Robyn Westgate

Domestic Violence Consultant

Robyn is a qualified and skilled researcher, educator, and trainer with a demonstrated history of experience working with disadvantaged women. Robyn holds a BHons Criminology focused in Domestic and Family Violence and Domestic Violence Homicide from Murdoch University; Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Justice focusing on female offending and links to domestic violence, homelessness and mental health; and a Cert IV in Training and Assessment. Skilled in Negotiation, using excellent Analytical Skills, and Situational and Needs Analysis. Also an excellent verbal and written communicator who can relate to many different groups and organisations.

Justine Roberts

Community Impact Manager UWWA

Justine has been United Way WA’s Community Impact Manager for the past 14 years. Her career has focused on improving outcomes for children and women living in disadvantaged circumstances. Justine will be joined by one of our Empowered for Employment participants, and their volunteer mentor, to discuss how the program works and the positive impact it has had on both of their lives.

What a great night!

A big thank you to the lovely women who attended and raised a whopping $2,500 to support our life-changing program, Empowered for Employment.

The program helps survivors of family domestic violence to rebuild their lives through job-ready activities and mentoring.

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