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29 July 2019
Tags: Media

smoothfm partners with Women’s Health Week to support women’s wellness

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health and smoothfm have again teamed up for Women’s Health Week and will be encouraging women to take the lead on their health.

Established in 2013 and held annually in the first week of September, Women’s Health Week celebrates improving the health of all women in Australia. The national campaign run by not-for-profit organisation Jean Hailes for Women’s Health encourages women to make time to focus on their own health and wellbeing.

The smoothfm network will provide on-air, online and social media support for Women’s Health Week in Sydney (smoothfm 95.3) and Melbourne (smoothfm 91.5).

“We are thrilled to have smoothfm back on board as a media partner,” says Brenda Jones, Women’s Health Week campaign manager. “They are instrumental in helping us spread our message to women to do something positive for their health during the week.”

Polly Goodchild, smoothfm’s Brand & Promotions Director said, “We are excited to be partnering with Women’s Health Week again to celebrate wellness and good health. We feel it’s important to support women to improve their health and wellbeing and this year will extend our involvement to include wellness activations to help our listeners to get more involved in the week.”

About Women’s Health Week

The annual health awareness campaign, Women’s Health Week (2-6 September), is dedicated to improving the health of all women in Australia. Jean Hailes provides valuable health and wellbeing information and tips to women nationally via our website, eDMs, podcasts, information packs, videos and events. In 2018 more than 85,000 women participated in the week with more than 2100 events across the country from Esperance to the Tiwi Islands, and 47,000+ receiving online health content.

For media

For more information, please contact Caroline Cottrill on 0438 257 246 or email media@jeanhailes.org.au. For more on Women’s Health Week go to womenshealthweek.com.au