A Yearning for Learning

A Yearning for Learning

What do you do when you have a child with special needs and the nearest support facilities are some 200 km away? Two mothers in Wongan Hills, WA, were in that predicament.   They got together to see what they could do – and set up a practical support...
It makes our ancestors happy!

It makes our ancestors happy!

Building enterprises, building relationships and building skills– keeping traditional Pandanus Weaving in Kalumburu Community, WA. Watch the Weaving Workshop in Action!- Master Weaving WorkshopFebruary 13th 2018 marked the 10-year anniversary of the then...
Wujal Wujal Youth Leadership Camp

Wujal Wujal Youth Leadership Camp

‘’I am so appreciative of my time at Wujal Wujal, I didn’t know that the culture here would be so strong and that people would be so willing to share it with us, I was so happy with how friendly everyone was, I had a great time’’ (Rivermount College Student) The Youth...
Opening New Horizons for Joy

Opening New Horizons for Joy

The John Wallis Foundation is going to the Australian Catholic Youth Festival.   The Foundation part funded 10 young people from around Toowoomba and the Darling Downs Qld to attend this festival, along with some 15,000 young other people aged 16 to 30. In...
Tasmanian Small Grants Recipients Inspire JWF visitors

Tasmanian Small Grants Recipients Inspire JWF visitors

On a recent visit to Tasmania, Liz McAloon, JWF Executive Officer, accompanied by Lorraine Groves mss and Corrie van den Bosch mss visited Bothwell and Oatlands, Tasmania where they met with grant recipients of the John Wallis Foundation 2017 Small Grants Program. In...