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The Freedom Hub GC

Henna School Holiday Workshop


$19 AUD + BF

$19 AUD + BF

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The Freedom Hub GC

Henna School Holiday Workshop

Date and Time

Wed 17th Apr, 9:30 am - 11:00 am


The Freedom Hub GC Cafe
Shop 7/ 2 Fifth Ave, Palm Beach - QLD 4221

Event description

Join a holiday workshop with a difference as we journey into the beautiful culture and art behind henna. This fun and engaging workshop for children aged 5 - 12 years will include learning how to make your own henna paste and have a go creating your own henna patterns. Our Facilitator, Sara, is from Iran and can’t wait to share her love of henna with you! 

Parents can get involved or relax with a coffee from our amazing co-hosts - The Freedom Hub Café (Note: For children aged 5 and 6 years, we do ask parents to stay involved to help little hands with the activity). 

Your co-hosts, Ethni and Freedom Hub Cafe, are both non-profit organisations supporting young women from disadvantaged and vulnerable backgrounds. All profits from tickets sold go to creating a brighter future for these young women in Australia.

Date: 17th April 2019

Time: 9.30am – 11am

Cost: $19


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The Freedom Hub GC


The Freedom Hub exists to help people who have experienced human trafficking and slavery within Australia. Our survivors are predominantly women however this crime is also experienced by men. Sadly some survivors are children. At the Freedom Hub we run a Survivor School for rehabilitation, training and education. Through one-to-one mentoring, encouragement and supported learning, survivors can learn faster, feel valued, and re-establish trust. We collaborate with business partners, including offering employment opportunities for survivors, to help end this crime. We run a Cafe and Event Hire Venue to help raise funds and a slave free retail range for shopping. All profits support the Survivor School and cause. The Freedom Hub has generous benefactors, however ongoing additional funding is always vital to combat this crime.