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John Wallis Foundation 2017-2018 Annual Report

John Wallis Foundation 2017-2018 Annual Report

We have had a full and productive year - Enjoy the read of our last Annual report for the John Wallis Foundation.Thank you to all the small community organisations who made such a positive difference in their communities with John Wallis Foundation Small grants. Next...

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Life after nappies – young parents think ahead

Life after nappies – young parents think ahead

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...

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Come join us for Sunday afternoon High Tea

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...

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August 2018 Highways and Byways Newsletter

August 2018 Highways and Byways Newsletter

The current issue of H&B tells good news stories of people doing great things with support of the John Wallis Foundation.   As well as doing beautiful things for their communities, these people inspire us to yet new efforts to connect with people in...

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Michael McGirr coming to Tas

Michael McGirr coming to Tas

The Hobart Branch of the John Wallis Foundation is delighted to be hosting a John Wallis Memorial lecture in Hobart on Wednesday 19th September, with renowned author and all round interesting speaker Michael McGirr - God, Family and Other Home Truths. Michael will...

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Showing off local lands and culture

Showing off local lands and culture

Wujal Wujal, Northern Queensland Something happened 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 counselor with...

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Language barrier brings people together

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...

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