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The Esther Foundation: Providing a Safe Space for W.A Women since ’97

Thursday 1st March / presented by Jorja Keay

 The Esther Foundation is an organization providing young Perth women with a safe space and place via the facilitation of different programs that, in turn, help provide the women with educational support, residential help and opportunities, as well as providing counselling to help with a number of many different issues women may be dealing with.

Currently the foundation is working alongside the food and beverage company FoodLand Culture on an event called 'Food By Women'. The event aims to help shine a spotlight on the women of W.A who work within the food industry.

Director of the Esther Foundation, Patricia Lavater, joined Jorja Keay on The Mag to tell us all about the event, the history of The Esther Foundation, and more.

Produced with the assistance of the Department of   Communications and the Arts via the   Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at  www.cbf.org.au.

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