Website changes in progress

Posted on 29 June 2015 by zbgc -- No comments yet

We’re in the process of making some upgrades to our website. One thing that we’re doing is redesigning things around here. But we’re doing more than making our website prettier and more user-friendly. We’re also currently redeveloping our Resource Directory and our Q&A page, which has been abscent for a few months. So feel free […]

TGD Success Stories

Posted on 1 April 2015 by zbgc -- No comments yet

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ARCVic Safetalk Workshop

Posted on 6 February 2015 by zbgc -- No comments yet

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Farewell to Liz, Samantha and Ash

Posted on 23 July 2014 by zbgc -- No comments yet

The Zoe Belle Gender Centre (ZBGC) Working Group were sad to say goodbye to three amazing volunteers over the past couple of months. Our first farewell was to Liz Alexander, one of the founding members of ZBGC, who re-joined the Working Group late in 2013. Liz came to us with an interest and having been […]

ZBGC housing forum and fact sheet launch

Posted on 24 June 2014 by zbgc -- No comments yet

Are you trans and/or gender diverse and want to know more about the housing and homelessness sector in Victoria? Come along to the launch of Zoe Belle Gender Centre’s new fact sheet “What can I do if I need housing?” and hear from guest speakers from a variety of housing organisations including Frontyard, Council to […]

Casual volunteer opportunities now being listed on our website

Posted on 7 November 2012 by zbgc -- No comments yet

Want to volunteer for ZBGC? Our website now lists current casual volunteer opportunities at: Casual volunteer opportunities enable you to assist ZBGC without the ongoing commitment of joining our Working Group. They can also be a good stepping-stone to further, longer-term volunteering with ZBGC. If you’re looking for a tangible way of contributing to […]

Picnic fundraiser success

Posted on 7 November 2012 by zbgc -- No comments yet

A recent mass GLBTIQ picnic has resulted in a great day for ZBGC. We raised funds for ZBGC – and we also further raised our profile in Melbourne’s queer community. Conceived by Tara Brooks, this event went viral on Facebook, resulting in hundreds of people turning up to Edinburgh Gardens on a perfect spring day on […]