130 people attended the NCJWA Cancer Support Network Morning Tea with guest speaker Petrea King on 6 November ~ Building resilience and emotional intelligence: “The greatest gift you can give yourself, your children, your family and your community is the gift of your own physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing”.

Artworks by Bec Litvan & Jacqui

120 women gathered at Council House on 5 September to enjoy the charm and humour and cooking of MICHAEL RANTISI of KEPOS STREET KITCHEN and KEPOS & Co. The food was delicious, the raffle draw was exciting and much money was raised to help change the lives of vulnerable women supported through MUM FOR MUM NCJWA. Many thanks to Michael and his partner Kristy Frawley for making such an amazing night possible. See pages 1 & 2 to view all 31 photos.

Birthing Kit Packing Day 2017 – Thank you to the 80+ wonderfully generous volunteers who packed 1,000 Birthing Kits that will be sent to women in developing countries through the Birthing Kit Foundation Australia. Also to Genna Radnan who spoke about Gennarosity Abroad, the charity she founded that educates and provides opportunities for women and girls in Karunga village in Kenya. 

Equality ~ Panel event with moderator Dr Justin Koonin, Justice Stephen Rothman AM,  Professor Kerryn Phelps AM, Tiernan Brady & Lauren Reinhardt.


Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe ~ 140 people gave a standing ovation after watching the inspiring Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe documentary and participating in a Q & A with Aminata Conteh-Biger and director Ros Horin at the NCJWA NSW ‘Status of Women’ event 26 March.

In conversation with Tsvia Walden ~ “Challenges for women in contemporary Israeli society”. Co-hosted by UIA, UPJ & NCJWA NSW Monday 6 March.