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Invitation to Celebrate International Women’s Day 2022 with Sydney Women’s Fund #Breakthebias

The Sydney Women’s Fund is delighted to invite you to join us for a COVID Safe online event sponsored by CommBank to mark International Women’s Day
for 2022 on Monday 14th March from 9am – 10am.

Join us to celebrate Wendy McCarthy AO, founder and Patron of Sydney Women’s Fund to mark the release of her memoir Don’t Be Too Polite Girls published by Allen and Unwin. Catherine Fox, Author, Journalist and feminist will be in Conversation with Wendy McCarthy AO followed by an interactive live discussion.

Wendy McCarthy AO                                    Catherine Fox


Wendy McCarthy AO, Sydney Women’s Fund Founder and Patron                                                    
Educator, activist, agent of change – the life and career of one of Australia’s most influential women.

This inspiring and enlightening memoir is filled with cautionary tales and insider stories about being
female in Australia – as well as a few helpful survival tips. Above all, it encourages the reader to find her own voice and listen to it.

To find out more about the book visit:
Don’t Be Too Polite Girls


This is an online event via Teams  – Registration is required
Register to attend: Humanitix-SydneyWomensFund-IWD2022
A link to join the online event will be emailed prior to the event on 14th March 2022


Sydney Women’s Fund thanks CommBank’s Women in Focus for sponsoring this online event for International Women’s Day 2022


Sydney Women’s Fund thanks our multi-year major sponsor Dermalogica

If you have any queries please get in touch with our team by calling 8030 7050 or via email enquiries@sydneycommunityfoundation.org.au


Can’t attend but would like to support the Sydney Women’s Fund?

If you are unable to attend but would like to help, please support our work by making an online donation via our website Sydney Women’s FundTogether, with your ongoing support, every day, year after year, we’re creating opportunities for local women and girls.