WNA started in 1990 with just a few women sharing business contacts, information and ideas. Since then the network has grown to become the Nation's leading network for women, offering business support, online services, business education and networking events.
The NRWC have commissioned the creation of an exciting new national network for the regional, rural and remote women of Australia.
The new network is called the National Rural Women’s Network and is a place for all women to meet, network, share ideas, get information, talk about the real issues affecting them and inform government policy.
The National Rural Women’s Network also has its own member-based website with an amazing array of ways for women to get together, network, chat and support each other and their communities.
CHARITIES WE LOVE
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN CANCER & WELLNESS APPEAL
In supporting the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre Appeal, the dream of building a world-class cancer and wellness centre to help heal the whole person — body, mind and spirit - through embracing wellness and medical care has become a reality! The Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre will combine international cancer research and medical treatment, together with the best of wellness care.
The Centre will be home to the largest clinical research site worldwide of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. Patients with any type of cancer will have access to scientific discoveries from Ludwig’s global network of laboratories. A dedicated Wellness Centre will provide both a supportive care environment to complement patients’ medical treatments and an Information Resource Centre. Wellness therapies will include guided relaxation, meditation, massage, music therapy, yoga and counselling.
The Esther Foundation facilitates an extensive and award winning young women's residential health, development and leadership program based in South Perth.
The program provides intensive support for young women to overcome life controlling struggles and issues in a safe, structured and supportive environment.
The recovery program aims to educate, encourage, empower and enrich young women with self-worth, skills and the confidence to lead successful lives within the community, and reach their potential.
The Esther Foundation presently operates ten residential premises housing more than forty-five young mothers, young women and children. The Esther Foundation Inc is a charitable, non-profit organisation that is not Government funded.
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