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Thursday 8th march 11am - 2:30pm

Together with event sponsor Club Taree, we are again excited to announce the date for our 2nd annual International Women's Day Luncheon.

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.  The luncheon is also a call to action to raise much needed funds to support women and families with a sick or injured child needing the services Ronald McDonald House Northern NSW provides.

Like last year, we have an incredible day of inspirational and amazing speakers who will leave you encouraged, uplifted and enriched.  This is a great opportunity to get out with your family, friends, or work colleagues and celebrate the achievements of women while helping keep families together in a beautiful part of the Manning Valley at Club Taree.

Tickets are available for $80 per person, single seats or tables of ten, and includes a welcome drink, table cheese platter, two course lunch and gift bag. To purchase your tickets contact Club Taree on 02 6539 4000.

Guest Speakers

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JADA McNeil - FOunder & designer of nusa indah surfboards

Growing up in the Mid-North Coast Jada has created a successful company in Nusa Indah Surfboards while balancing a busy home life with her husband and 3 beautiful children.

Describing herself as spontaneous, quirky, creative and compassionate, Jada has combined her two loves: surfing and design to create bespoke surfboards designed to look, but more importantly, make the rider feel good.

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AMy mills

Amy has lived her entire life with Cystic Fibrosis.  At the age of 12 due to the progression of this disease, Amy had to undergo a liver transplant. As a result of the medication she had to take to avoid organ rejection she then developed diabetes at age 13.

Graduating from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Hons) in 2017, Amy leveraged her life experiences creating an artwork focusing on how society looks at and perceives the disabled form. 

Currently, Amy is working for Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia as a Project Officer in the national team. She was drawn to work for the charity having utilised several of it's programs.


Jennifer wendtman - 360 Connections

Jennifer Wendtman uses humour and life experiences to connect and inspire. 
Jennifer’s reputation as a speaker is built on her capacity to address challenging
topics with raw honesty, humour and compassion. When she’s not speaking or facilitating Jennifer works with schools and communities to build better connection to support families. This work is motivated by life’s goal of growing connections.