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Here are four easy steps to hosting your own Women's Health Week event, or just jump right in and register your event now.

Whether it's online or face to face, by hosting a Women’s Health Week event you can help to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of women in your community. 

Event guide

It’s easy to host a successful Women’s Health Week event. To make it even easier for you, we’ve put together this event guide featuring handy information and event ideas.  

Planning your event

The first step is all about planning out the key details. Before registering your event online, you will need to know the date, time and location of your event, and whether it is open to the public or private. Here are a few things to think about when planning your event:

When?  Women's Health Week 2022 is 5-11 September and we encourage you to hold your event within this time (or as close as possible to it). Just remember, the more notice you give your guests, the better. As your event approaches, you might even like to send out reminders.

Where?  Finding a suitable venue or location will depend on the type of event you are hosting (eg, your home, a cafe, local park, community centre or place of work). If your event is being held online, then you don't need a physical location. Instead of booking a venue, ask attendees to join your virtual event from their workplace, their home or even on the go.

Who?  Think about who will be invited to your event (eg friends, workmates, the wider community and even interstate participants). Online platforms make it easy to invite guests from all over the country and you can connect with them via phone, text, email or social media.

What?  If you have questions, you'll find plenty of answers right here on our website on our FAQs (frequently asked questions) page.

Register your event

Host a Women’s Health Week event, and join Jean Hailes for Women’s Health in helping women and girls to find the support, connection, and information they need to be healthy in mind and body. 

Event registrations will open on 4 May and close on 4 September 2022.

Event registration is free of charge.

This year's bags

Each year Jean Hailes creates a special Women’s Health Week bag – the perfect gift for your event attendees. As an event host, you will get priority access to place your bag order. Please note, bags are free, however we charge a cost to cover postage and handling.

 

Bags

10

20

50

100

P&H

$15

$22

$35

$60

 

This year you can choose from two different bag designs. You will be able to order bags once you have registered an event.

Remember, bags are available only while stocks last, and orders will close on 20 August 2022.

About this year’s bag artwork

“Inspired by native gardens in springtime, I wanted to create a work of beauty that would evoke joy and hope.  I have used watercolour and ink to create something that I hope captures that exquisite moment when a new bud or flower appears in the garden. These small and simple moments which make up the days, months and years of our lives have guided me through some challenging times.”  Tam Bower.

About the artist

Tam Bower is an artist and illustrator based in Naarm (Melbourne). She draws from familiar movements in everyday life, relationships, and home to create expressions of emotion and vulnerability. Since graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours), she has worked in early childhood education, fashion, and has now found her happy place as an illustrator.