Hume Bank is hosting internationally recognised body image activist Taryn Brumfitt at Regent Cinemas Albury Wodonga on Thursday 29 June 2017.
Taryn is the founder of the Body Image Movement, which is a globally recognised crusade aiming to put an end to the world-wide body-hating epidemic. EMBRACE is Taryn’s award winning, social impact documentary that explores the issue of body image.
Hume’s customers and Border residents will have a unique opportunity to meet Taryn, watch EMBRACE and hear her inspiring story. Taryn’s unwavering desire to facilitate and educate women about the power of loving their bodies will be an invaluable experience for attendees.
“We’re excited to be hosting Taryn and help raise awareness on body image with a message that has connected and empowered women across the globe. This year’s focus on women’s health forms part of our ongoing efforts in the community around mental health and wellbeing” said David Marshall, Chief Executive Officer - Hume Bank.
All profits from this event will go to the Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga. This community based, not-for-profit organisation is run by women for women and provides a comfortable, caring environment to offer services to all women regardless of age, income and belief.
“The funds raised will go towards the ‘Lioness Program’, which is designed to assist women throughout their pregnancy journey” shared Lil Beamish, Acting Centre Manager - Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga.
“Hume is a purpose led organisation which exists to invest in its customers and communities it operates in. The event encourages women to stand tall in the world and celebrate their achievements” said Mr Marshall.
Tickets: VIP - $60 | General - $30