The Trustees of the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust established the Prue Myer Sub-Fund in 2011.
It reflects the desire of her daughter Jo Baevski and other family members to honour Prudence Myer, a social justice stalwart of one of Australia’s leading philanthropic families.
The Prue Myer Sub-Fund supports projects for immigrants and refugees and other disadvantaged girls and young women that:
We welcome donations to this Sub-Fund. All contributions help build the financial pool for making grants and are fully tax-deductible.
A pilot project to develop a mentoring program specifically for vulnerable young women.Read more
Flinders Quartet's dynamic and stirring performances of a full spectrum of repertoire have audiences and critics articulating their esteem, and the quartet is a highly-respected force in Australian chamber music.Read more
VICSEG New Futures is a not for profit, community organisation. VICSEG Programs for Families, Children & Young People and New Futures Training provide support and training to newly arrived and recently settled migrant communities, refugees and asylum seekers.Read more
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.