AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER AUGUST 2023

AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER AUGUST 2023

Welcome to our August newsletter! This month we have again understood deeply that grief is the price we pay for love. Not only we have all felt the loss of Diana Bland recently, but as a veteran community, our hearts also broke for the four families of Captain Danniel...
AWWNSW Branding Q&A

AWWNSW Branding Q&A

Together we have worked hard to ensure that war widows and their families are not forgotten, left out, or disadvantaged because of their loved one’s death and service. We need to keep on leading because in Australia, support for veterans’ families is conditional on...
Ensuring No Veteran Family is Left Behind

Ensuring No Veteran Family is Left Behind

Our legacy started with the vision of the Vasey family and a need to stand up for the needs of civilian women in the post-WWII era. In over seven decades, we have provided peer connection, social support and advocated strongly whilst ensuring war widows and their...
AGM registrations are open!

AGM registrations are open!

AWWNSW Annual General Meeting registrations are now open. The meeting will commence at 10am on 29 August 2023 at the Rydges Sydney Central. We welcome your attendance from 9:30am for morning tea prior to the commencement of the meeting. A light lunch will follow the...
AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER JUNE 2023

AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER JUNE 2023

Welcome to our June Newsletter! Our team is again busy organising regional visits and are excited to see our community. These visits are as special to us as they are to you! Don’t forget to send us any pictures you might like to have featured!We are also still busy on...
AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER MAY 2023

AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER MAY 2023

Welcome to our May Newsletter!   April and May are significant months for the veterans community as numerous commemorative events and anniversaries fall on these two months. We have been busy attending these events and sharing as much as possible with you through...

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