Connecting people with disability around WA

People with Disabilities WA (PWDWA) is a consumer-based organisation providing individual advocacy services to secure positive long-term changes in society.

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Attendees at the 2019 PWDWA AGM.

PWDWA works to implement positive changes to legislation, policy and service delivery for people with disability.

COVID-19 has created challenges in many communities. People living with disability have experienced further impact due to increased infection risks and physical distancing difficulties for those that rely on support and assistance from family and support workers.

PWDWA works to implement positive changes to legislation, policy and service delivery for people with disability. The team at PWDWA stands alongside individuals to ensure they have a voice.

Thanks to you playing Lotterywest games, you’ve helped People with Disabilities WA launch the inaugural People with Disabilities WA State Conference with a $29,000 Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund grant.

The grant will support event costs, registration fees and travel costs for low income participants. The conference will bring people together who have been highly impacted by COVID-19 to share their experiences.

Set for the 19-20 November and with the theme “Celebrating Self-Advocacy”, this will be WA’s first conference led exclusively by people with disability. The conference sessions will establish vital connections for people with disability and provide a range of COVID-recovery related resources.

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The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc., now known as the Constable Care Foundation, was initiated in 1997 as part of Community Policing. Now a separate function, the team work tirelessly to address social issues in primary school aged children.

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To support Bonjour Perth 2018, which will share and celebrate the culture and traditions of French speaking communities from around the world.

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A$150,618

Towards costs to support the delivery of and universal access to the Sculpture by the Sea event at Cottesloe.

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Want to apply for a grant?

Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.

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