DigniTEA is an annual celebration of all things fabulous about women which raises funds for Share the Dignity. The event is held nationally, in 11 locations across the nation and is the biggest single fundraising event held for the charity each year. The event this year will be held on Sunday 26 May 2019, ay 1pm
As you probably know, Women in Strata have been supporting Share the Dignity, through your generous donations of handbags, since our very first Christmas event. We’d love for you to join us in further supporting this fantastic charity, all while having a great afternoon out.
The Sydney event this year is being held at The Waterview in Bicentennial Park, in Sydney Olympic Park. The event will be hosted by the fabulous Shelly Horton, who you’ll find over at Channel Nine as lifestyle presenter for 9Honey. You’ll hear from schools and charities who use Share the Dignity services, volunteers, and amazing women who have been the recipient of help from Share the Dignity.
There will be amazing prizes up for grabs in the HUGE raffle, and an opportunity to purchase Share the Dignity merchandise.
It’s an afternoon of celebration and joy, as women (& men!) come together to raise funds to end period poverty.
If this sounds like your cup-of-tea (pun intended), and you want to attend with your strata peers, please do join us. It will be an event to be remembered.
To book a ticket at a WiS table please follow this link.
PS – we are charging the single ticket price (plus Eventbrite fee, well, because that’s how Eventbrite works). If we do secure tables of 10, attracting a slightly less cost per head, the difference will be donated to Share the Dignity.
PPS – Remember, if you are attending the SCA (NSW) and WiS International Women’s Day event this Friday, you can also support Share the Dignity by purchasing tickets in our fantastic raffle. Prizes include a $250 voucher to Alpha Restaurant, a handbag and purse combo & a $100 voucher to The Royal, Leichhardt. I highly recommend buying 12 tickets for $20.00. Otherwise they will be $2 each or three for $5.