Our mental wellbeing is our priority. This is an opportunity for us to come together and make a difference as we discuss the things that matter to us. Registration is $58, includes three course meal.
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Account Name: Born to Shine
BSB: 801009
Account Number: 100044707
NB: Please put your FULL name as reference.
Closing date: 26 May 2023
RSVP: 0439260948
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GRATITUDE IS POWER. The demands and issues of life keep us busy, complaining and wanting more. We do not have time to be grateful for the gift of life. Special Night of Gratitude is your opportunity to pause, reflect, share your testimonies and thank God. Luke 17 v 11-19
Dress up, grab your bible, cuppa, dinner in the comfort of your home and join on Zoom or Facebook.
Date: Thursday 18th November 2021
Time: 7PM AEST, 11AM UK and 10AM Zimbabwe time
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 858 4311 5729
Passcode: 455829

Guest Speakers

October is the Mental Health Month and encompasses World Mental Health Day on 10th October. Born To Shine Organisation invites you to ‘Tune In’ to the online Mental Health seminar on Saturday, 16th October 2021 at 7PM AEST, 4PM  Perth time. 

Theme: Lived Experiences – Unveiling The Secret Storms. 

Are you overwhelmed by the secret storms; the hidden challenges, you are struggling to openly deal with? This is a lively discussion, with our special guests as they share their life experiences and how they have dealt with mental health issues and turned their trauma into a triumphant outcome.

Speakers: Dr Richard Mafuriranwa: CEO & Owner of RichFaith Counselling & Consultancy, Life Coach, Pastor, Social Work Practitioner, Author & Motivational Speaker. He reflects on his lived experience of how he survived childhood sexual trauma and turned it into a life of purpose and resilience. 
Cay Merritt: Teacher, Radio Presenter, MC, Orphan Advocate. Mum of 4 adopted children, discovering joy while navigating the bumpy road of parenthood, trauma and mental illness. 
Suzanne is a wife and mother who will be sharing her lived experience as a carer as her husband was diagnosed with clinical depression immediately after Suzanne gave birth to their first child in circumstances where the lives of both mum and baby were at risk. Suzanne is a lawyer by profession and is the National Executive Director of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. 
Contact: Tendayi on 0439260948

International Women’s Day 2021:

This a time to celebrate women and appreciate their uniqueness and efforts to improve not only their lives but the lives of many. On Monday, 8th March 2021 at 2pm, Born To Shine Organisation is hosting a mini lunch gathering at 29A Ballarat Street, Fisher ACT. Its a fun filled, light session as we nibble and learn from each other. RSVP: 0439260948 #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021 #women #womensupportingwomen #iwdcanberra #borntoshine

Born To Shine Organisation (BTS) invites you to their High Tea where we explore our 2020 Event Theme: Parenting In A Diverse Cultural Environment on Saturday 24 October 2020. Time: 1pm – 6pm. Venue: Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

Raising children in a diverse cultural environment can be mentally, physically and socially challenging.
This is an opportunity to share our experiences, barriers, expectations and wins as we acknowledge our cultural differences. A problem shared is a problem solved. Community voice has the power to bring a change for better parenting and improved family relationships.
High Tea Registration/Catering Fee: $75
Bank Details:
Bank Name: Service One Alliance Bank
Account Name: Born to Shine
BSB: 801009
Account Number: 100044707
Use your name as a reference.
NB: Registration closes on 12 October 2020. For more details contact: 0439260948

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