The Brisbane Women’s Club (“BWC”) is a centre for Brisbane and Queensland women to exercise progressive leadership around issues of public importance for women, to support projects and organisations aimed at improving the lives of women, and to mentor and guide younger women to achieve equal participation in the social, cultural, political and economic arenas of Australian life.
The BWC aims to bring together a diverse group of professional women in Brisbane and South East Queensland. Being a part of BWC provides an opportunity to actively get involved in activities and events which have benefits for women and which are of great interest to BWC members, to extend professional and personal networks with like-minded women, and to be part of an organisation that speaks out on behalf of women.
We are a not for profit. All proceeds from our events go to charities operating in this space in Brisbane and Queensland, or as part of our ongoing grants program.
There is a library in Nepal that is under-resourced. You can take on this project and raise the funds to build them a library today!
Blind Bats are a Morayfield QLD based charity, helping people with special needs (blind and blindness related) with exceptional support, supported social activities and Blind Bats as a charity are endorsed by the ATO for DGR (Deductible Gift Recipient). Apart from all the efforts, Blind Bats and the people they support are mostly in need of financing for the equipment. Can you help?
We wild-craft from my eco-zones and am planting fruit, nut and timber trees as well as trees with oil-bearing leaves. Our long term goal being self-sufficiency in our raw flavouring materials for my Liqueurs, wild dried herbs, essential oils and craft timber.
In a spirit of human unity, Saddhana Forests aim is to introduce a growing number of people to sustainable living, food security through ecological transformation, wasteland reclamation, and veganism.