Our Sub-Funds honour women who have made a valuable contribution to the lives of women and girls or in memory of special women whose own lives were remarkable in what they achieved.
Our Small Grants program is open. We welcome applications that focus on safety for women and girls.
Casey Duong uncovers common threads between the diverse range of organisations supported by the Victorian Women's Benevolent Trust 2018 Small Grants Program.
This year our Small Community Grants Program demonstrates what we can do as a collective.
Extending the number and diversity of women who can access and benefit from support in financial literacy.
Providing rent assistance to people seeking asylum, currently supporting 48 women and 30 girls.
Working with women who are financially excluded to enhance their small business skills and increase their capacity to earn a steady income.
An initiative in Dandenong that will provide women training, employment and support.
Supporting migrant and refugee women to find pathways to financial stability.
Would you like to make lasting impact in the community? Are you passionate about strategic, gender-wise philanthropy? Establishing a Sub-Fund within the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust is...
Our 2017 General Grants program was to promote social inclusion and community cohesion in regional Victoria.
Chris Friday is a committed philanthropist and community worker who has already set-up another philanthropic foundation, the Harry and Clare Friday Foundation, in honour of her parents.
We have established nine Sub-Funds to honour women who have made a valuable contribution to the lives of women and girls in our state.
Would you like to make a lasting impact in your community? Are you passionate about strategic, gender-wise philanthropy?
Establishing a Sub-Fund within the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust is a practical and lasting way for you to strategically invest in advancing opportunities or reducing barriers for women and girls’ in Victoria without any administrative burden.