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Bendigo Women unite for the Concert of Light

Supporting Centre for Non-Violence (formerly EASE)

Centre for Non-Violence (formerly EASE)

Centre for Non-Violence

Bendigo Women unite for the Concert of Light

All proceeds will be donated to the Centre for Non-Violence, Bendigo.
One show only, Sunday May 3rd 2pm – Golden Vine Hotel, Bendigo Telco 135 King St, Bendigo VIC 3550
$5 entry, all additional donations greatly appreciated. 
Amazing performances from Bendigo’s own talented women – 
Steph Bitter – Singer/Songwriter
Mez Whittle – Singer/Songwriter
Ally Grenfell – Classical
Jessie Austin – Classical
Taylah Chisholm – Modern/Musical Theatre
 

Some information on the Centre for Non-Violence:

Why they exist:

Around 1 in 4 Australian women have experienced intimate partner violence
On average 1 woman is killed in Australia by a partner or ex-partner every week 
42% of the clients accessing homelessness services are escaping family violence
Intimate partner violence is the leading contributor to death, disability and illness in women aged 18-44. 


Their Impact:

2500 + police referrals triaged and responded to
209 Men assessed by CNV for their Men’s behaviour change program and Making aMENds
1534 Women provided support through case management
1100 people accessed CNV training
650+ Women provided with a financial package to support them in seeking freedom from violence
157 Women and children provided with counselling by our therapeutic staff
149 Young women aged 16-24 supported by CNV
250 Professionals and community members attend family violence training sessions
25 Cases escalated to High Risk Risk Assessment Management Panel

Also, I would be very grateful for you to share the link to this CrowdRaiser page to your friends and family. The more people who can help the better!

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