Jan Webster and Sue Peterson Sub Fund

The Jan Webster and Sue Peterson Sub Fund is established by Sue Peterson and her late partner, Jan Webster.

Social justice was always a motivator for Jan and Sue throughout their long and loving relationship. Their shared experiences only made them more passionate about giving back and putting in the hard yards for equality

The Jan Webster and Sue Peterson Sub Fund will support a number of issues that have been close to Jan and Sue’s hearts:

Projects and initiatives that

support the empowerment of women exiting prison,
enhance educational and leadership opportunities for Aboriginal women, or
provide pathways out of homelessness for women.

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We welcome donations to the Sub Fund. All contributions help build the financial pool for making grants and are fully tax-deductible.

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Jan Webster and Sue Peterson Sub Fund

Jan Webster and Sue Peterson Sub Fund

Sub Funds

This Sub Fund supports women exiting prison; educational and leadership opportunities for Aboriginal women; and pathways for women out of homelessness.

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Sub Funds

Sub Funds

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National Homeless Collective

National Homeless Collective

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Create a Sub Fund

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 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.

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