Join us on Saturday 17 June 2023 for Project Womn’s much anticipated Long Lunch.
Join, MC Georgia Moore, Chef Will Meyrick, WA Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year Blaze Young, Bartender of the Year Elise Godwin and The Project WOMN team for an afternoon of classic Will St dishes, canapes from Blaze, cocktails from Elise and dessert from the incredible Amanda Yong.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Children and young people with strong cultural connections have better outcomes across all life domains.
Yorganop works alongside Aboriginal families and community members to enhance the well-being of Aboriginal children and young people in care to ensure safe and nurturing environments are provided for all Indigenous children and young people to grow strong in themselves and their culture.
At Yorganop we are passionate about our programs that are helping to keep our children connected to their cultures in meaningful and enriching ways.
We run cultural activities and events for over 120 children in out-of-home care and 60 Young people in our Home Stretch WA program. We run activities and events that focus on connection to culture, Country and Community. Allowing our children and young people to learn cultural values and life skills and develop a strong sense of identity that will set them up for success in the future.
Another important aspect of our events are the opportunities for foster carers to connect with each other and build support networks and for children and young people to be able to spend time with family and other children in care.
About Project Womn Inc.
Project Womn Inc. was established in 2020 by three friends – Amanda Yong, Ning Lai, and Jewel Tan in Perth, Western Australia.
With the goal of raising funds to support local charities that assist victims of domestic violence, Amanda, Ning and Jewel launched their inaugural pop-up food and wine pairing dinner highlighting the best of WA’s produce and wine.
This initial event was a resounding success, and the beginning of a series of similar fundraising functions, each supporting a different local charity that offers assistance to women, children, or families in need.
Parallel to the trio’s desire to help those within the community affected by hardship, a shared love of fine food and wine, and a genuine appreciation of the many local producers and wineries that WA has to offer, has helped propel Project Womn’s events to local acclaim in a relatively short space of time.
All three founders are fully involved in every aspect of event planning and execution – from curating the menus and painstakingly preparing dishes, to coordinating each event from start to finish.
The Project Womn team hopes to collaborate with other local chefs, entrepreneurs, and entertainers and expand its initiative around the state in order to continue to raise funds and awareness for important charitable work.
Learn more at: https://www.projectwomn.com.au/
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