Melbourne Pasifika Festival and Charity Walk

Empower Oceania: Walk with us at Melbourne Pasifika Festival, uplift women’s lives.

Empowering women in the islands of Oceania is a crucial endeavor that can lead to positive transformations within local communities. These women often face challenges such as limited access to education, economic opportunities, and healthcare. By providing support, resources, and opportunities for skill development, we enable them to become agents of change, fostering sustainable growth and development in their societies. Supporting local women in Oceania is not just an investment in their individual well-being, but a step towards creating more inclusive and resilient communities that benefit everyone.

In championing the cause of empowering women in Oceania, organizations like Women’s Federation For World Peace Australia play a pivotal role. They are dedicated to providing education, mentorship, and support to women, creating a positive ripple effect that contributes to stronger families, improved healthcare, and enhanced economic prospects for these communities. By joining forces with Women’s Federation For World Peace Australia, you become a catalyst for positive change in the lives of local women in Oceania.

Continuing their commitment to uplift local women in Oceania, Women’s Federation For World Peace Australia is excited to introduce their upcoming fundraising event, the Melbourne Pasifika Festival and Charity Walk. This anticipated event not only promises a vibrant celebration of Pacific culture but also aims to raise essential funds that directly support education, skill-building, and empowerment initiatives for women in the region. By participating in the Melbourne Pasifika Festival and Charity Walk, you actively contribute to fostering positive change and brighter futures for women in Oceania.

Join the Melbourne Pasifika Festival and Charity Walk on the 1st Saturday of December at:

Banjo Paterson Park (playground end)
River Redgum Place, Lynbrook
(3 min. walk from Lynbrook train station) VIC.

​Enjoy Pasifika culture through traditional food stalls, arts and crafts, children’s activities, traditional dancers, live music and lots of fun!

Saturday December 2nd, 2023

The MPF program is as follows:

9:30am registration for a 10am start – Primary & Secondary aged rugby clinic led by the Melbourne Rebels

11am for a 11:30am start – Charity Walk

12pm – Stalls open

1 – 2pm – Opening Ceremony

Cultural Dance performances begin after the Opening Ceremony

5:30-7:30pm – Live Band

Funds raised during the Pasifika Festival supports WFWP Global Development and Aid projects within the Island nations of Oceania. Our goal is to empower and support local women; providing them the opportunity to gain formal education, employment, and the skills necessary to support their families financially.

Be a part of change – secure your spot now and join us at the Melbourne Pasifika Festival and Charity Walk, supporting the empowerment of local women in Oceania.

Charity Organization Name:
Women's Federation For World Peace Australia
Event Location:
Banjo Paterson Park, River Redgum Place, Lynbrook
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