Thank you for a wonderful year!

To all our supporters, friends, donors, champions and volunteers
We wish you a safe and happy festive period and a wonderful 2019!

 

Newsletter November 2018

The new edition of the Zonta House newsletter is now available.  Please click on the link below to access.

Newsletter November 2018

In this edition;

  • Telstra Business Awards 2018
  • Fundraising – City to Surf 2018
  • 2018 Ride Against Domestic Violence (RADV)
  • Positive Pathways Update
  • 28th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

Annual Fundraiser – 8th Nov – The Camfield

Its only 1 week until our Annual Fundraising event of 2018 where we are welcoming back Matt Hale Comedy Hypnotist to once again wow the crowd and leaving your cheeks hurting from the laughter.

Once a year we come together with our friends and supporters to celebrate all we have achieved at Zonta House and the difference we have made in the WA community.

It’s always the most amazing night packed with good vibes, great entertainment and even better food!  This year we are at The Camfield Perth’s newest venue at Optus Stadium.

We would love to invite you along to share in all that we have achieved over the past 12 months at Zonta House – because we couldn’t have done it without YOU! 

Tickets are just $99 for a three-course meal, drink on arrival and 75 minutes’ worth of incredible entertainment.  We can’t wait to see you there.  

BUT HURRY! Seats are limited.  Click HERE to grab your ticket.

 

2017/2018 Annual Report

“Our success and growth has truly been a collective effort” – Kelda Oppermann CEO

The 2017/2018 Annual Report is now available.  A huge thank you to Impact Communications once again for their wonderful creative work in producing a fantastic Annual Report.

At Zonta House we believe every person has the right to be and feel safe and every individual’s  journey is unique.  Our staff, board, volunteers and supporters are passionate about the work we do with each individual and the overall impact we can have in our community.  

Some highlights from the last 12 months;

  • Refurbishment and launch of The Lois Goodram Centre with 110 of our supporters
  • Average of 4.8/5 across all feedback questions and relevant programs
  • $60,000 of in kind support to refurbish the Crisis Centre
  • 2018 Western Australia Telstra Business Award finalist in Social Change Maker Category
  • 2018 Community Service Excellence Awards finalist in medium sized organisation 
  • 224 women accessed crisis accommodation with the average stay of 19 days
  • 48% decrease in mental health distress from intake to exit and a 12% increase in quality of life

The full report can be accessed here:  2017/2018 Annual Report