Kaylee Donation was presented with the East Pilbara International Women’s Day Youth Award for putting others before herself and speaking up about the effects of bullying, even in front of the entire school.
“Everyone can make a difference in their own way, whether it be speaking out about what you believe is right, helping other people or volunteering your time to help the community,” said Shire President Lynne Craigie.
“This celebration is a fantastic opportunity to come together to acknowledge the incredible young women in the Shire of East Pilbara and I hope everyone is as inspired as I am by these nominees.”
The following young women were nominated for the East Pilbara International Women’s Day Youth Award:
Chloe Johnson - a student leader who performs her role with care, pride and selflessness.
Phoebe Short - for making new students feel welcome, her kindness and compassion. Being a great friend with outstanding morals.
Harmonie Narkle - for always being willing to help other people, working hard to get along with others and being a supportive and encouraging friend.
Tarleka-lee Smith - for volunteer work promoting inclusion.
Bethany Searle - her commitment and dedication to Scouts.
International Women’s Day International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8 every year.