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Why Join the Wayward Woman Giving Fund?

Becoming a member of the Wayward Woman Giving Fund (WWGF) is a very rewarding experience for the following reasons:

  • You are joining a community of like-minded women who have a philanthropic mindset.

  • You can feel comfortable knowing that 99% of your membership fees and donations are allocated annually to local community-focused initiatives that are supporting and empowering Women, Children, Cultural Community Development and the Environment. 

  • While we encourage women to become micro-philanthropists, we welcome anyone to join; there is no limit to the number of members that can be part of our vibrant Giving Circle community. 

Membership Benefits

Because we want to encourage as many 'Wayward Women' as possible to become members, we have created a sliding scale of membership fees starting at $5 per month that can either be paid in either weekly, fortnightly, monthly or annual installments.

  • This ensures that individuals from all financial backgrounds can afford to become a WWGF member, while also becoming a micro-philanthropist and being part of a vibrant community.  

  • Membership benefits include voting on where our grants are awarded, special rates to our events, access to our members-only Facebook group, a mention in our monthly newsletter for your business or project and more!

The important information

99% of your membership donation goes directly to our grant recipients each year.

  • You can vote on where the grants are awarded and see the difference your donation has made as the project comes to life.

  • Membership levels are all the same. It just depends on your capacity to give. The more funds we raise, the greater impact we can have in our community!

  • The Wayward Woman Giving Fund ensures that the funds you contribute go directly to organisations and projects that make significant and positive change to Women, Children, The Arts (Cultural Community Development) and the local Environemnt.