Wooroloo Fire and Carnarvon Flood: RAPID RESPONSE ASSISTANCE
The Country Women’s Association’s Community Fund is offering quick grants of up to $500 for individuals/families who have had losses as a result of the bushfire or flood.
If you live in the affected areas and as a result of the fire or flood, are experiencing financial stress, please complete this form and we will endeavour to assist you as soon as possible:
- PDF Version: DGR Community Fund Application Form – Rapid Response Disaster Relief 2021
- Word Version: DGR Community Fund Application Form – Rapid Response Disaster Relief 2021
Click here to access the DROUGHT AID application form:
- PDF Version: DGR Community Fund Application Form – Drought Relief
- Word Version: DGR Community Fund Application Form – Drought Relief
Once completed, please print and post your form marked PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL to: CWA of WA DGR Funds Pty Ltd – Community Fund, PO Box 97, West Perth WA 6872 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications are treated in the strictest of confidence.
CWA of WA has distributed over three quarters of a million dollars of support since 2018 to drought affected families across Western Australia, and we continue to offer assistance through our grants program. We acknowledge the generosity of our CWA members and donors, whose fundraising has allowed us to help those in need. If you would like to help us continue to provide support through this program, please refer our donation page www.cwaofwa.asn.au/donate
Coles Drought Assistance: Since October 2018, Coles Supermarkets and its customers have contributed more than $540,000 to the Country Women’s Association of Western Australia’s Community Fund to help drought-affected farmers, growers and producers who are experiencing hardship as a result of the drought. These funds continue to allow the CWA of WA to distribute grants to drought affected families in WA to help with their household bills.
Commonwealth Drought Assistance: The CWA of WA gratefully acknowledges a total of $301,000 contributed by the Commonwealth Government through CWA of Australia and the CWA National Drought Committee since 2019, of which $100,000 has already been distributed to families in need. The purpose of the funds is to distribute immediate financial assistance for household expenses of up to $3000 to farmers and farming families who are facing hardship arising from drought conditions
CWA supports Australia Day Hay Run for Drought Affected Farmers in WA
CWA of WA was proud to support the Farmers Across Borders Australia Day Hay Run which ran feed from Esperance to drought affected farmers in the Mid West. A convoy of 20 trucks carrying more than 2,000 bales of hay made a 1,200-kilometre journey to Meekatharra. The feed was shared among 60 different stations in the Murchison, Gascoyne and Goldfields regions. Our generous members and branches including CWA Walkaway Branch, worked tirelessly to put together biscuits to add a special something to give to drought affected farmers along the run. The Association is pleased to have been able to donate $5000 from its Sir James Mitchell Education and Welfare Fund to help fuel the trucks on their long journey.