CoVE Bake Sale and Morning Tea - Pride Week

The College of VE is hosting a bake sale and morning tea to celebrate Pride Week! Come along and enjoy delicious baked treats made lovingly by our VE staff.

The bake sale is open for anyone keen to come along to show our support for the LGBTQIA+ community, and to promote self-affirmation and equality as in vocational education!

It’s a day of celebration and acceptance and what better way to come together than with something sweet in hand. We also plan to have a range of fun games and activities on throughout the morning tea.

The VE Pride Bake Sale will collect gold coin donations for a range of baked goods with all proceeds from the event to be donated to Minus 18,which is an incredible charity that improves the lives of LGBTQIA+ youth through building social inclusion, education, and advocacy, as well as empowering youth.

There will also be Pride lanyards and Pride pins available for staff and students for purchase on the day.

Time, date and location

10am-1pm, Wednesday 24 August 2022

City campus, Building 78, Student Lounge (Level 1, Room 1)

No need to register, just come along on the day!

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