Fair Trade Mothers’ Day High Tea 2014
Thank you to all our guests and supporters and our charity partner for a wonderful and inspiring event.
Supporting Homeless Women on Melbourne’s Streets
Moral Fairground is hosting the Fair-Trade Mothers’ Day High Tea as part of Fair-Trade Fortnight 2014 on Sunday 11th May 2014.
Date: Sunday 11th of May 2014 • Time: 11am – 1.30pm
Where: The Melbourne Town Hall (Supper Room)
Tickets: Adults $75, Children $33, Family $200 (2 Adults & 2 Children)
A glamorous and empowering event to recognise women who are an inspirational and valued member of the Australian community. Be surrounded by outstanding personalities, such as Jennifer Evans (Winner of 2012 My Kitchen Rules), Noelene Marchwicki (Master Chef 2013), Zoe Pook (Zoe Pook Design), Kirra Fitzgerald (Psychologist, Youth Projects) and Melanie Raymond (Chair of Youth Projects). Melanie was named one of Australia’s Top 100 Most Influential Women in the Westpac & Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards 2012.
Youth Projects is a Melbourne based charity supporting the homeless. All funds raised at the Fair-Trade Mothers’ Day High Tea will be donated to Youth Projects, to run a specialist woman’s clinic providing health care, connection to employment, training and social inclusion, thereby creating positive pathways for women out of homelessness and fear. To contribute to the valuable work of ‘Youth Projects’, Zoe Pook jewellery will be donating 10% of all proceeds from sales in May to Youth Projects. All funds raised will be donated to the charity.
Spoil the women that inspire you with an Eco Store hand pampering session, a Mother and Child Fair-Trade Fashion Show, a Fair Trade Goodie Bag, Recipe brochure and Fair trade rose and delicious food.
Stand up and recognise the achievements and positive direction of courageous women. An influential and empowering occasion during 2014 Fair-trade fortnight – NOT TO BE MISSED!
Jennifer is the winner 2012 My Kitchen Rules, she is a mum of two boys under the age of 2, has recently launched her own product range of curry pastes and has a passion for food and wine. Jennifer is also passionate about supporting small scale producers and farmers and has joined the Moral Fairground team as an ambassador.
Melanie was named one of Australia’s Top 100 Most Influential Women in the Westpac & Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards 2012.
Melanie holds a number of leadership positions in the NFP sector including Chair of Board of Directors of Youth Projects Ltd, which addresses youth unemployment, homelessness, substance abuse and mental health issues. She is Chair of the Inter-Government Working Group for the City of Melbourne and state government, she also Chairs the Not for Profit Advisory Group of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a member of the National Not for Profit Advisory Committee.
Noelene is a supporter for freedom of speech, human rights and bio diversity. Her philosophy is simple it’s about access ability, community, sharing and a fair go for all. Noelene’s passion is cooking and the community of food, it draws people together and her mantra is no waste, she believes in making use of the whole animal we slaughter. There is way too much waste in a world where so many are starving.
Kirra works with disadvantaged and homeless clients of Youth Projects at both the city and Glenroy sites providing counselling and support. Kirra is helping to pilot and test the new clinic for homeless women at tYouth Projects LIving Room in the heart of the city. Kirra is working with a multidisciplinary team responding to increased numbers of homeless women on Melbourne streets.
Jaron Natoli is a 14 year old singer songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. At the age of ten he recorded his first album at home on his own the album was titled “It’s You and Me”. Two years later he recorded his second album titled “Better Off On My Own”. In 2012 Jaron finished top 15 in the International Songwriting Competition from 20 thousand entries worldwide. The following year Jaron won the Uk Songwriting Contest, he won in two categories they were best Pop and best Rock Song. He has recently formed a band with fellow students from Eltham High School, Jaron is currently recording his third album which will be released in October 2014.
The first and only Fairtrade gold jeweller in Australia.
It has always been Zoe’s ambition to provide her clients with ethical jewellery. Originally based in the United Kingdom and Europe where Fairtrade Gold Jewellery was available, Zoe was determined after she moved to Sydney, to make this unique gold an option for anyone in Australia.
“I feel I have real passion and purpose with each piece of jewellery I create,” said Zoe, “It is my aim to give people an ethical choice. Up until now this has not been an option for those wishing to purchase jewellery in Australia. The choice to know and understand where the gold they wear so proudly has come from. To be sure it has been sourced through fair practices that are sustainable and will provide benefit to those communities who supply gold.”