The Guild and its
The War Widows’ Guild of Australia NSW Ltd, originally
established in 1946, is a not for profit
membership-based organization whose mission is to
promote and protect the interests of war widows.
The Guild became a public company limited
by guarantee in 1998. It is a public benevolent
institution with deductible gift recipient status.
The Guild provides a range of services to war widows,
and operates with significant volunteer input from
its thousands members. However, because of the size
and complexity of running the organization, it has a
small staff to manage the day to day operations.
The Motto was adopted by the national Guild in 1949 at
its third annual conference to set the mood, the tone,
the harmony, the working-together of not only the
conference but the Guild in the years to come.
“We all belong to each other. We all need each other. It
is in serving each other and in sacrificing for our
common good that we are finding our true life.”
66th Field of Remembrance
Friday 21 April 11.30 am for 12 noon
St Andrews Cathedral, George Street, Sydney
● Field of Rememberance Attendance Information Form
Newcastle ANZAC Field of Remembrance
Thursday 20 April 11.00 AM
Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
The Entrance & Long Jetty Guild Club Field of Remembrance
Sunday 23 April 11.00 AM
The Entrance Memorial Park, The Entrance
● Read the latest Guild Digest, March 2017.
● G-Gals Newsletter Edition 1, 19th December 2016.
● Ready Reference Guide, 2016.
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