2022 Annual General Meeting

Zonta House held the Annual General Meeting on Monday 24th October 2022 at The Lois Goodram Centre, with a Welcome to Country by Aunty Robyn Collard which was attended by 30 of our supporters, staff and committee members.
The office bearers for the next 2 year term are Melanie Hay Chairperson, Chantelle Thom Vice Chairperson, Sarah Josey Secretary and David Hickmott Treasurer.
Outgoing Chairperson Gail Curtis will remain on the Zonta House Committee. We thank Gail for her service as Chair over the past 3 years.
The Zonta House Committee also welcomed new member Stephanie Black. We also said farewell to Committee Members Charmaine Tsang who has commenced a new position as Commissioner Industrial Relations.
The AGM was also the launch of the Zonta House 2021/2022 Annual Report which provides an overview of the organisational achievements and program updates during the past 12 months. 
“The women we work with inspire us everyday through their survival, holding of hope and seeing them reclaim who they are” – Kelda Oppermann CEO

Newsletter April 2021

The new edition of the Zonta House newsletter is now available.

Newsletter April 2021 

In this edition: 

  • Christmas 2020
  • Premier Mark McGowan $60mil FDV Announcement
  • Community Service Excellence Awards (CSEA) Finalists
  • International Women’s Day 2021
  • Women’s March4Justice
  • Threads of Change – Wool Donations
  • Containers for Change 


Premier Mark McGowan visit to Head Office

Zonta House were pleased to welcome Premier Mark McGowan, Minister Simone McGurk MLA, Minister Sue Ellery MLC, Dr Jags Labor Candidate for Riverton, Hon Kate Doust MLC and sector colleagues from Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing, RSPCA WA, WACOSS and Stopping Family Violence at our Head Office to announce the Labor Governments $60mil Family and Domestic Violence election commitment.
Zonta House congratulates the Labor Government at recognizing the need for a multi-dimensional approach to addressing Family and Domestic Violence and the vast impact it has on individuals, families and the community.
We acknowledge everyone in the community who as prioritized FDV as an urgent issue and most of all acknowledge the experiences and voices of victims/survivors and their families. 
This commitment would provide an increase in safety and support for victims/survivors, bring change to systems that can cause harm, create more behaviour change opportunities for perpetrators and educate the community.
It is important to remember as individuals, organisations and the community that we all have a responsibility to contribute to ending Family and Domestic Violence.

Community Service Excellence Award – FINALIST

Zonta House are pleased to announce we have been named as a Finalist in the Community Service Excellence Awards (CESA) for Medium Sized Organisation.

CSEA recognise the outstanding work and achievements of the community service sector in WA and commemorates the positive difference made to people, families and communities through innovative and creative practice.

Zonta House will be represented at the award ceremony by Kelda Oppermann CEO along with members of the team on Tuesday 23rd February in Fremantle.  Tickets to the awards are still on sale www.cseawards.org.au/registration

Congratulations to all the Finalists named and good luck for the award ceremony later in the month.