In this edition of the newsletter, you will find photographs from the 70th Anniversary of the ANZAC Field of Remembrance, an update on the 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM), Chatswood Office Survey Results, the Townhall schedule and much more.
The central theme throughout this newsletter is two-way communication. We want to hear from you, we want to hear your ideas, we want to hear your concerns and your feedback. As a member based not-for-profit your voice is fundamental to shaping our organisation. Your feedback and views are factored into strategic and every day decision making, program and service design; and importantly, are feed directly back to the Board.
Throughout this year you will see our staff heading out and engaging with you at your Club meetings, you will also see us reaching out more often to engage with you through scheduled meetings and surveys.
Importantly, we want you all to know that when members voted to expand our wonderful organisation this was done to ensure our future. To ensure that everything the war widows have worked for and built isn’t handed over to another charity with a different purpose.
The Board and CEO are committed to ensuring that no war widows are left behind by any changes or expansions that take place. In fact, the support we provide to you stays the same and will only improve. Why? Because we have strong leadership that has committed to ensuring this organisation continues, we have a plan for our future, and we have the right team in the office to deliver.
We hope you enjoy this newsletter and look forward to speaking with you soon!
Check out our previous update:
AWWNSW eNewsletter March 2022