You can set up a Sub-Fund in honour of a special woman – it may be a family member, friend or someone you admire.
We work with you to identify a specific issue or issues affecting women and girls in Victoria that is of particular interest to you or reflects the woman you are honouring.
A Sub-Fund is also a great way to involve your family or organisation in the experience of giving.
We would love to talk with you about the possibility of setting up a Sub-Fund with the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust. Please get in touch with our Grants team by either filling out the form below or contacting 03 9642 0422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This Sub-Fund supports circuit-breaking solutions to discrimination, violence against women and children or inequality of educational opportunity.
This Sub-Fund supports projects that provide leadership and achievement in cross-cultural understanding, and strategies for combating racism.
This Sub-Fund supports projects that provide leadership training, research and education on equal opportunity issues.
This Sub-Fund supports projects that increase the literacy, educational opportunities of women and girls or addresses barriers facing older women.
This Sub-Fund supports research projects that relate to women in the areas of homelessness, poverty and family well-being or strengthening local communities.
This Sub-Fund supports projects that provide positive and effective community supports for mothers and their children or young women from less advantaged backgrounds.
This Sub-Fund supports projects that assist women recovering from mental illness or programs which encourage young and established female writers.
This Sub-Fund supports immigrants and refugees and other disadvantaged girls and young women and provides them with positive mentoring opportunities or ways to improve their educational outcomes.
This Sub-Fund seeks applications from Aboriginal community organisations for projects that support Aboriginal women and girls in Victoria.
The Sub-Fund supports African women and girls in Victoria, enabling them to avail themselves of educational, employment and other economic opportunities in Australia.