Our August 2019 Newsletter is out and about, featuring stories of the Missionary Sisters of Service celebrating their 75th year since they were founded in Tasmania by Fr John Wallis. We also feature more stories highlighting the impacts and community benefits of some of our wonderful grants such as this one below. Seed to Plant … Continue reading Read our latest news!
We're delighted to announce that our Board has just approved 26 small grants to disadvantaged communities across Australia. Read about them here - Highways and Byways Grant Summaries We would love you to help us support these programs. You can DONATE HERE We greatly appreciate your support!
Our 2019 Small Grants Program of Highways and Byways closed on 14th March 2019. Thank you to all those who applied - we have received many excellent applications. Applications are currently being assessed. Successful grantees will be notified in end of May/June 2019.
Most older parents discover that life changes and often gets a little easier once their children grow up. But surviving those early years can be tough and the Swansea Community Cottage reckons a lot of young parents need a hand. That’s just what they offered last year with support from the John Wallis Foundation. The … Continue reading Life after nappies – young parents think ahead
Wujal Wujal, Northern Queensland Somethinghappened during a Wujal Wujal cultural adventure camp for young leaders last year. They were asked to show some non-Indigenous mates from Brisbane where they lived and share their culture. Joh Anthonis, a counselorwith the Wujal Wujal Justice Group, watched the locals change. “They were explaining about bush food and important … Continue reading Showing off local lands and culture