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Walk n Talk

Introduce why the participant is fundraising

We’re #startingtheconversation and joining Walk N Talk!

On Saturday September 12, I'm joining the team as we Walk N Talk in support of The Australasian Birth Trauma Association (ABTA).

ABTA is a national charity committed to reducing the instance and impact of birth-related trauma whilst supporting affected women, families and health professionals.

1 in 3 Australian women identify their birth as traumatic and research suggests that 10-20% of first-time mothers may suffer major irreversible physical birth trauma. It's likely that you know someone who has experienced birth trauma.

The ABTA is almost entirely funded by donations and I hope to raise vital funds and awareness for them. Please donate to my fundraising and every dollar will help ABTA expand their support service/reach more women in need Nationwide.

For too long women and families have suffered in silence, but the power is in sharing our stories and using our voices so other people don’t need to walk this journey alone. #starttheconversation

You can help make a difference. Please help by supporting my Walk n Talk.

Thank you to our Sponsors

$291

Alexandros Katsikalis

$263

Emily Billiau

$210

Paul Tully

Enjoy the walk. Great cause!!

$105

Terry Mccormick

Well done Verity

$105

Terry Mccormick

Way to go Rory massive effort

$105

Damian Clarke

Thank you for what you are doing. D

$105

Neil Billiau

$105

Emily Billiau

Well done Briahna on supporting such a wonderful cause

$100

Terry Mccormick

Well done a great cause

$100

Terry Mccormick

Well done and massive effort Emily

$53

Joe Giacco

$53

Kim Phillips

$53

Adam Abboud

Well done

$53

Emily Billiau

Great work Verity!

$53

Emily Billiau

Thank you for helping to #starttheconversation

$26

Helen Driscoll

$21

Nicole Craze

$11

Trang Adams

First time mumma as of 2020. Giving birth is one of the most challenging experience a woman goes through in her lifetime , made even more difficult with COVID restrictions. We need to be empowered with more knowledge and support.