What a fantastic night we had to celebrate Women’s Health Week. Our speakers were phenomenal!
It was a Full House with an audience of 300.
A huge thank you to everyone who attended.
ConnectGroups – Support Groups Association WA Inc. for assisting us through the Give it Forward grant funding. We couldn’t have wished for a better event. Lots of positive feedback from the audience asking if we’ll do this again!
Thank you to Jean Hailes for Women’s Health for the beautiful gift bags.
Made from recycled plastic bottles. Artwork by Tam Bower, artist & illustrator based in Naarm, Melbourne.
GAIN Inc committee members volunteer their time to ensure every woman & girl has the opportunity, knowledge, confidence and support to gain optimal gynaecological and sexual health. Happy Women’s Health Week.
Barefaced Stories and GAIN have collaborated for a special evening about all things woman!
“Stories From the Stirrups” is a night dedicated to everyday women sharing their inspiring journey’s about overcoming some unique gynae health obstacles.
**With special guest – Lucy Peach!**
Location: The Rechabite Hall / 224 WILLIAM ST, Northbridge
When: 7pm Wednesday 7th September
Recommended Age 15+
All minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent at all times as Rechabite is an 18+ venue
$25 (+fee) General Public
FREE for GAIN Members (Only for first 50 tickets – be quick!)
$15 (+fee) for GAIN Members who missed out on complimentary tickets
Doors sales only if not sold out.
Doors open 6:30pm | Stories start 7pm
*Intoxicating stories told and intoxicating beverages sold on the premises.
The Gynaecological Awareness Information Network (GAIN Inc.) celebrated International Day to End Obstetric Fistula on 23rd May with a special viewing of the Emmy award-winning documentary ‘A Walk to Beautiful’ – where they raised close to $2,000! ✨ 💖
In a near-capacity theatre, the group followed the journeys of five fistula patients whose lives were transformed by Dr Catherine Hamlin and the team at Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia.
The proceeds from GAIN’s movie night could fund a standard fistula-repair operation for one woman, provide four women with pre-operative care AND stock a Hamlin-supported midwifery clinic for a full year. 🩺
Thank you GAIN for your advocacy and support of fistula patients! 💪
If your organisation or community group is interested in joining the fight to eradicate fistula, you can learn more here → fundraising.hamlin.org.au/
SUNDAY 23rd MAY 2021. 2pm -4pm
Join us to celebrate “International End to Obstetric Fistula” Day and come along to our private viewing of Award Winning “A Walk to Beautiful”. This documentary follows the inspiring work of Australian Doctor, Catherine Hamlin, and her work to treat women with fistulas in Ethiopia.
Renowned Perth Obstetrician Dr Chris Gunnell will also be guest speaking to share his volunteer experiences in Africa and witnessing the vast impacts of obstetric injuries.
Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/736798?bof=1
All profits are being donated to the Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation - @hamlinfistula
GAIN Inc. celebrated a wonderful 20th Anniversary High Tea at the University Club of UWA. on Saturday 19th September. The event was a great success where our guests were entertained and educated by the most amazing health professionals.
With special thanks to Dr. Susan Evans, founder of the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia who joined us via video link from Adelaide, Dr. Krish Karthigasu, Dr. Jodi Graham and Dr. Rose McDonnell who kindly stepped in to replace Dr. Gunnell who was unwell on the day.
Our guests had a wonderful afternoon and enjoyed a beautiful selection of sandwiches, pastries, scones and cakes. It was truly an event to remember. GAIN president Catherine and committee members would like to thank all who attended and look forward to many more future events.
Your support in helping GAIN continue to deliver gynaecological education in the community is much appreciated. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
YOU’RE INVITED! Join us to celebrate GAIN’s 20th year Anniversary!
We are hosting a high tea at the University of WA Club, with special guest speaker Dr Susan Evans. Dr Susan Evans is a renowned Gynaecologist, Pain Medicine Physician, Educator and Researcher.
She is also the founder of Periods, Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis (PPEP) Talk to be introduced to WA high schools in 2021.
Secure your ticket now!