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Empowering Cambodian Women to Break Free of Poverty Through Sewing

2017 Grant Recipient Update Human & Hope Association (in partnership with World Relief Australia) Cambodia is the poorest ASEAN country, with 35% of its population living below the poverty [...]

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2018 Annual Review

Our fifth year in operation was definitely a year of celebration! Thank you to our Advisory Board including Michelle Emmett, Pam Richards, Kristy Rodwell, Grace Mugabe, Megan Del Borrello, Carol [...]

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Grant Recipient: Girls from Oz “Our Song” Project Highlights

In 2016 the Girls From Oz (G-Oz) project “Our Song” was chosen by 100 Women members to receive one of the 3 grants awarded that year. In December 2017, as many members will remember we were [...]

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Grant Recipients Update & Feedback From 2016 Grant Recipient “Telethon Kids Upskilling Aboriginal Women To Become Community Leaders”

With your help 100 WOMEN has awarded 13 grants over the last 4 years totalling nearly $400,000. This year, the Advisory Board is committed to sharing the impact of these grants with all of you. [...]

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Shining The Spotlight On Women In Leadership – Sarah Glenister

In the fifth part of our blog series on women in leadership we spoke to 100 Women member, Sarah Glenister, Director of Change that Matters. On graduating from Murdoch University with a Bachelor [...]

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Speaking Up: from the Inside Out

“Imagine speaking to yourself as you would to someone you love deeply.” Oriah ‘Mountain Dreamer’ House   It’s taken most of my life to even consider this [...]

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Shining The Spotlight On Women In Leadership – Katie Voss

In the fourth part of our blog series on women in leadership we spoke to 100 Women member, Katie Voss, the Community Development Manager for WA at Beyond Bank. Can you please give us a brief [...]

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Shining The Spotlight On Women In Leadership – Pip Brennan

In part two of our blog series on women in leadership we spoke to 100 Women member, Pip Brennan the Executive Director at Health Consumers’ Council.   Pip, an arts graduate, has had a very [...]

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Telethon Kids Institute Afternoon Tea

In 2015 Telethon Kids Institute was awarded a 100 Women grant of $39,450 towards assisting ten Aboriginal women from across the Fitzroy Valley (in the Kimberley region of WA) become community [...]

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So what is a giving circle anyway?

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead (Cultural anthropologist)   Giving [...]

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