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The Women's Centre was honoured to have a visit this week from a team from Qantaslink, CEO Rachel Yangoyan, Nick Collie COO , Josh Hogan and Annabel Carroll. It was great to talk about how the Qantas Regional Grant 2023 has helped us support women who are domestic and family violence survivors. The Women's Centre is very thankful to Qantas for their support and recognition for the work we do in our community especially for women and children who are domestic and family violence survivors.#womenscentrealburywodonga #qantasregionalgrants ... See MoreSee Less
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It is almost the end of the financial year for 2023/2024! If you are looking for a tax deductible donation, that you know will go to help those women and children in need in our local community, especially those who are domestic and family violence survivors, please scan the QR code below which will take you to the Women's Centre's Give Now donation page. Your contribution to the work we do in our local area is very much appreciated. Thank you to all our supporters.#womenscentrealburywodonga ... See MoreSee Less
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Tickets are now LIVE!We are so excited to announce tickets are now on sale for the BWAW Business Showcase Charity Event!A number of local business women have put their hand up to stand on stage and tell us about their amazing businesses, all in the name of charity! Get your friends together and come and support these brave ladies, while we raise funds to support the Women's Centre, providing assistance packages that allow women and children fleeing domestic violence environments resources to leave immediately.There are some amazing items up for grabs with silent and live Auctions, plus $10 + $20 lucky dips and $50 balloon pops! We have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of our local community and what they have donated to this event!A night of fun, fundraising and women supporting women! Grab your ticket before it's sold out!Saturday 3rd August6pmThe Lincolnbusinesswodonga.com.au/events/ ... See MoreSee Less
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"The Apple Women’s Health Study has revealed that the average age at which girls experience their first period, known as menarche, is decreasing. Simultaneously, the time it takes for menstrual cycles to become regular is increasing." www.earth.com/news/younger-generations-getting-their-menstrual-periods-earlier/Read the full (American) study here: jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2819141 ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women's Centre is very proud to be chosen by Business Women Albury Wodonga as their charity for this year's event to be held on August 3rd 2024. Thank you to Business Women Albury Wodonga.#womenscentrealburywodonga #businesswomenalburywodongaWe are proud to announce our charity for our Showcase Charity Night -The Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing"The Women’s Centre has provided services to Women in the Albury Wodonga Community since 1986. They are a not-for-profit, non government organisation. Providing services for women and people identifying as women, and welcome older women, younger women and girls above 16, migrant women, women with disability, gender diverse, gender neutral and Trans people.Their mission is to provide women with a safe place to come to seek either free or affordable services. They have counsellors that support women who have experienced trauma, historical sexual assault, domestic violence, or are in need of support and assistance.Showcase Charity NightSaturday 3rd August 2024The Lincoln6pmTickets available soon ... See MoreSee Less
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For women and/or people assigned female at birth, menopause is 12 months after your last period. The years leading up to that point, they may have changes in their monthly cycles, hot flushes, or other symptoms, are called the menopausal transition or perimenopause. The menopausal transition most often begins between ages 45 and 55. Symptoms of perimenopause and menopause are different for everyone. But they can include: - hot flushes (feeling waves of heat) - sweating at night - trouble sleeping - muscle and joint pains - increased or strong heartrate - brain fog - forgetfulness - less sexual desire - dry vagina (causing painful sex) - anxiety - itchy skin - tiredness - urinary (wee) problems - irregular periods - mood changes (feeling unhappy or irritable). If symptoms are affecting your quality of life, talk to your doctor. For more, visit: www.nsw.gov.au/women-nsw/toolkits-and-resources/perimenopause-and-menopause-toolkit ... See MoreSee Less
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If anyone in the Nepalese community is unsure of what abuse is or needs assistance in regards to domestic and family violence, please feel free to pass on the information about the Women's Centre. We now have our Women's Centre brochure available in Nepalese, to make it easier for women and girls in the Nepalese community to seek assistance.#womenscentrealburywodonga #domesticviolenceawareness ... See MoreSee Less
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