SHARE THE DIGNITY
‘DEFENDERS OF DIGNITY’ TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM
SHARE THE DIGNITY BELIEVE THAT EVERYONE DESERVES TO BE AFFORDED THE DIGNITY SO MANY OF US TAKE FOR GRANTED.
net profit from each event goes to our charity partners - min $500+GST
SHARE THE DIGNITY ‘DEFENDERS OF DIGNITY’ IS AN EXCITING HYBRID BETWEEN TEAM BUILDING AND CORPORATE VOLUNTEERING, BUILT TO MOBILISE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.
What’s the session’s main focus?
Ending period poverty for vulnerable Australian women and girls.
How is it delivered?
1. Either in-person and hybrid over 3 hours – at your office, or any venue of your choosing such as a conference venue or a hotel.
2. Or online over 2 hours – whether your team is spread over the country, region or simply working from home.
How will my team benefit?
Your colleagues will get a unique insight into this amazing charity and the opportunity to self-reflect and draw parallels from how Share the Dignity operate with their own team and work environment by: increasing awareness of the issue of Period Poverty; deepening team connections through better understanding of others, empathy and vulnerability; creating ‘Dignity Bags’ for women in need and using these insights to brainstorm practical ways to work better as a team.
How will SHARE THE DIGNITY benefit?
As we’re in partnership with Share the Dignity, they receive 50% of the net profit from every session, which translates to at least $500 plus GST for every session. So, your people are also making a financial difference to Share the Dignity and helping to transform people’s lives. In addition, we create ‘Dignity Bags’ which go out to women who are experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough.
GET IN TOUCH AND TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND INSPIRE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.
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About Share the Dignity
Share the Dignity is a women’s charity in Australia, that works to make a real difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough and distribute period products to women, girls, and anyone who menstruates who needs support.
When someone is doing it tough, the last thing on their mind should be dealing with their period so they assist those in need by collecting hundreds of thousands of period products each year through collection drives and campaigns and these products are distributed directly to charities across Australia.
They also work on advocacy by aiming to end period poverty in Australia – they helped to axe the tampon tax in 2018 and are now focused on ensuring all public hospitals offer free sanitary items to those who need them through #PadUpPublicHealth, as well as working on ending the shame and stigma around periods through their Period Pride campaign.