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Team ATCO Supporting Zonta House

Superstar Supporter! 🏊‍♂️For the second year in a row, ATCO Australia are assembling a swim team to compete in the Port to Pub – a quintessential West Australian sporting event in which swimmers endeavor to cross the open sea from Leighton Beach to Rottnest Island by a 19.7km direct crossing.

Following their successful swim in the 2023 Port-to-Pub, Team ATCO have decided to once again compete in 2024’s event and use the opportunity to raise funds for Zonta House!

This years team includes Raja Nanda, Tom Orchard, Hugh Smith, Lucy Burke, Felicity Woollett and Neil Butt in the water, with Kelvin Grace on the paddle and Captain John Carter taking charge of the boat.

They are calling on your help to raise funds for Zonta House Refuse Association:

“Zonta House Refuge Association is a specialist provider of family and domestic violence (FDV) services. Our purpose, values and services have been informed through 39 years of experience, the needs of women in our community and research in leading practice.

They provide a suite of services for women experiencing FDV that reinforce one another and represent the core of Zonta House’s work. That is, when the voices of women are heard, our responses uphold dignity, builds on safety, and challenges the drivers of abuse. Victim/Survivors of FDV are able to access responsive and person-centred support based on their needs to build a future free from abuse.

As a result, Zonta House has a suite of services that holistically address the individual, relational, and community factors necessary for a woman’s journey to redress the impacts FDV.”

Every donation helps, and all donations will be matched by EPIC. Team ATCO thanks you in advance for your contribution to this cause!

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Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) can happen in relationships with a partner, defacto, family member, carer, boyfriend or girlfriend.

This behaviour can be threatening, abusive, violent, coercive, stalking, controlling, making someone feel scared and/or forcing them to do things they don’t want to do.

It can occur in current or past imitate relationships, family settings, or extended family groups.

For more information on what is considered Family and Domestic Violence, or how to identify it please visit Safe and Equal or 1800RESPECT. WA’s after-hours response helpline is available 24/7 if you are in crisis and need urgent help for refuge assessment or emergency accommodation options Crisis Care Free Call 1800 199 008