Come join us for Sunday afternoon High Tea

We are holding our inaugural JWF High Tea Fundraiser on 11th November in Melbourne! All proceeds will support the John Wallis Foundation Small Grants Program, enabling small communities across Australia to make a difference.  Come join us for an afternoon of delicious treats, and great conversation.  Our guest speaker is  Kirsty Sword Gusmão, former First Lady of … Continue reading Come join us for Sunday afternoon High Tea

Showing off local lands and culture

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

Yarck to Yea along the beautiful Great Victorian Rail Trail

It's on again! Come join us for a morning wander through the rural delights of the Great Victorian Rail trail, followed by a FREE delicious country lunch! Tickets on Sale now through Try Booking here  https://www.trybooking.com/XLVX or more info on the flyer - see links below. Our annual Yarck To Yea Walk, Ride or Run … Continue reading Yarck to Yea along the beautiful Great Victorian Rail Trail

Language barrier brings people together

Mitcham, Victoria Language differences can be a great divide, but at Mitcham Baptist Church it has drawn the ‘local’ and the Mandarin speaking Chinese faith communities together.Weekly conversation English classes began at the Church last year with support from the John Wallis Foundation. A year down the track numbers have grown from four to 30 … Continue reading Language barrier brings people together