eSafety for Women and Girls


Wednesday, 2 November 2016


The Zonta Club of Geelong is proud to be part of the Barwon Month of Action - and once again we have a very special, and relevant, event.

Join us at the Empire Grill for a professionally-run information session on e-Safety, aimed at empowering women and girls to take control of their online experiences.

Cyber-bullying, identity theft, GPS tracking and abuse of social media are just some of the on-line weapons used against vulnerable women and girls.

Greg Gebhart, a senior trainer from the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner, will explain how these tools are used and provide some guidance on how women and girls can protect themselves.

This is an important session for parents of teenage girls, young women using social media, victims of abuse - in fact, any female wanting to take positive steps to protect themselves from existing or potential abuse from the on-line environment.

Tickets: $25 through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/NGYH

Entry fee covers the session, a sweet/savoury supper with tea and coffee, with drinks at bar prices.

eSafety Poster

 CLICK HERE to download a copy of the flyer.

High Tea at ‘Truffleduck’

Sunday, October 9th 2016

What an amazing outcome from this wonderful event: we raised nearly $2000!

Many thanks to our MC, Roxie Bennett and our Guest Speaker, Robyn Winslow who entertained us, inspired us and made us think! 

It was a great afternoon - and we are very appreciative of the funds we have raised towards this important project.

Want to know more about this project: CLICK HERE

Missed the event, but would like to make a donation? CLICK HERE



Guest Speaker Robyn Winslow, MC Roxie Bennett and president Joy Herman



For a Calendar of club activities for this year, see our Coming Events page.

The ZONTA club of Geelong very much appreciates the support we receive from members of the community. If you would like to make a donation towards one of our specific projects, or simply help the club with its work in general, please CLICK HERE.


Zonta Says No


“Zonta Says NO to Violence against Women” is a Zonta International campaign to raise awareness of  the issue and increase actions to end violence against women and girls around the world. The campaign, which began in November 2012, features the service and advocacy actions of Zonta clubs and districts to prevent and end violence against women and girls in their local communities.
It also highlights Zonta International’s ongoing efforts to end violence against women and girls through the Zonta International Strategies to End Violence against Women (ZISVAW) program and through Zonta’s partnerships with the United Nations and its agencies.  

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