Human for Good Potluck 🥘
Bring a dish and your curiosity for a night of great conversation, inspiring guest speakers, and good food - it's Humans for Good potluck time!
This dinner will be a wholesome evening with like-minded people where you get to dive into a chat about your story and your passion for impact over a meal as we celebrate the incredible people within our community.
We've booked a NY style loft in Sydney for this potluck (the same amazing homely place as last time if you were there). We have limited spots, so if you'd like to join us please grab your ticket ASAP 😊
A few more details –
📍 19-23 Wellington Street, Chippendale, Sydney (any issues with finding the locations, call Georgia on 0422 219 375)
🥘 If you can, bring a dish to share! (make sure to label for allergies plz 🙏)
🎟️ Tickets are $10 each to help us cover renting the space and some drinks at the event! We don't want this to stop you from coming though so there is an option to pay as you feel or opt out if that doesn't work for you. You're also welcome to add an optional donation to Deadly Connections (more info below)
Kirstin's story –
Kirstin's experience has taken her to the heights of the tech world, being a former co-founder at Future Super, exec at Brighte, Chairperson at Ocean Impact Organisation, and now Managing Director at Techstars in Sydney. She gets fired up about the capacity for business to make the world a better place and is actively focused on helping impact-focussed companies do just that.
Veronica's story –
Veronica is all about empowering people to realise their potential – whether that is in her work for the startup and professional services industries, or in her advocacy and passion for representing the LGBTIQA+ community. She's worked with the likes of Google and Baker McKenzie, and is a recipient of many awards for her advocacy work including being named a Finalist for the Out For Australia Role Model of the Year award.
This potluck will be raising funds for Deadly Connections: a charity whose vision is to break cycles of disadvantage, trauma, child protection and justice involvement so First Nations people of Australia can thrive and not just survive. They provide holistic, culturally responsive interventions and services to First Nations people and communities – particularly those who have been impacted by the child protection and/or justice systems.
Hope to see a few of your faces on the 30th 👋