Here's what is coming up. If you are at any of these events please come and say hello.

If you would like to request a Collective Shout representative at your next event head to our bookings page.

  • Friday, March 06, 2020 at 09:00 AM · $50.00 AUD
    140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

    High Tea for International Women's Day - 2020 Sydney


    Following on from the success of our 2019 event, Compassion is hosting an elegant high tea at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney to celebrate International Women's Day in 2020.

    You will have the opportunity to hear from inspiring community leaders including Collective Shout's Melinda Tankard Reist, Compassion Australia CEO Clare Steele and Dr. Jacqueline Service as well as Compassion Graduate Theresa Ventura who will be sharing some of the challenges women and girls around the world are facing, what has been done so far to overcome these, and how together we can empower girls and women living in poverty.

    Gather the ladies in your life and book your table today!

    $50 per person
    $450 for table of ten
    Including high tea sponsored by The Fresh Collective

    To purchase your Table of Ten, you will need to select ten ‘Table of Ten’ tickets. You are only able to purchase ten tickets (no more, no less). Please have the details for each person at your table ready.

    By Friday 21 February 2020. Please include any dietary requirements.

  • Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 07:30 PM · $15.00 AUD
    St Marks Freshwater Cnr Lawrence and Oliver St , Freshwater, NSW 2096

    Too Much Too Young - Freshwater, NSW



  • Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 09:00 AM · $89.00 AUD
    Launceston Conference Centre 50 Glen Dhu Street, Launceston, Tasmania 7249

    Resilient Kids Conference 2020 - Launceston



    Date and Time: Sat 21st March 2020, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Location: Launceston Conference Centre
    50 Glen Dhu Street, South Launceston


    For Parents, Educators, Welfare workers, Chaplains, Grandparents, Foster Parents, Youth Leaders, Pastors and anyone who works with young people.

    Hear from SIX incredible speakers, each presenting in their own area of expertise:

    Dr Michael Carr-Gregg – The Compare and Despair Phenomenon – social media and what parents can do.
    Collett Smart – Growing Our Boys.
    Melinda Tankard Reist – Navigating Porn Culture.
    Sharon Witt – Building Resilience in our girls.
    Michelle Mitchell – Understanding & Responding to Self Harm.
    Dr Jodi Richardson – Anxious Kids.

    Many Exhibitors on display also – view resources, tools and materials to empower you in your role with children/teens.

    ** PLEASE NOTE: The ticket price does not include Food or Drinks. BYO Morning Tea & Lunch, or come prepared to purchase from the venue’s Cafe or available Food Trucks.


  • Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 07:00 PM · $10.00 AUD
    Brisbane Boys College Hall in Toowong, Australia

    Too Much Too Young - Brisbane QLD

    Children are growing up so quickly. Before they even finish primary school, they’re already stressing about their appearance and thinking about their sexuality. As these young lives are bombarded with hypersexualised images and the pornification of everything around them, they face increasing pressure to act out and put their bodies on display for attention and judgement.
    What is the best way to address this toxic part of our culture? How can we raise healthy, resilient young people who will aspire to authentic relationships because they understand their self-worth and value their human dignity?
    Join CS Cofounder, prominent author, media commentator and advocate Melinda Tankard Reist as she addresses these issues on 26 March, drawing from current global trends as well as the experiences of young people in Australia.
    Tickets can be purchased at starting from $10-$25

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