Disaster Relief Donations 

Donations from individual members, friends, supporters or businesses:

We welcome donations to help those people who are suffering the affects of drought, fire, floods and other difficult circumstances.  Please send your tax deductible gift to:

The Country Women’s Association of Western Australia (Inc) Community Fund

BSB: 066 130

Account number: 10414153

Reference: (Your surname)

Please email our Accounts Team on with your full name and address so that we can either post or email your tax deductible receipt.  

Donations from CWA Branches: 

If you are a CWA Branch wanting to donate for disaster relief, please forward your donation to the CWA of WA (Inc) Sir James Mitchell Fund.  (Please note:  This fund is not tax deductible).

The Country Women’s Association of Western Australia (Inc)

BSB:  306-051

Account No:  0494507

Reference: (Branch Name) 

**Please email our Accounts Team on with the name of your branch for the receipt.  If you have a particular preference as to where you wish your funds to be directed, please include these details in your email.  

General Donations to the CWA of WA

If you are considering a general donation to the Association, please contact our Accounts Officer by phoning 08 9321 6041 or email: Accounts

These donations are most welcomed and unless specified, will be deposited into our Sir James Mitchell Fund.  This fund assist families and individuals in the rural, regional and metropolitan areas of Western Australia who are battling life’s hardships and need a helping hand.  All applications are confidential and considered by a specially selected panel of the CWA of WA Board.  (Please note that an official receipt will be issued on request but donations are not tax deductible).

A Background of Giving

The Country Women’s Association of Western Australia (Inc) has always raised its money through the efforts of our passionate and hardworking volunteers through the many branches of the Association.

The Association does not receive any Government funding except for the occasional Lotterywest WA grant to assist with the upgrade of our ageing buildings, some of which are heritage listed or to assist with the costs of organising large community events.

Fundraising is achieved by branches at the community level by focusing on local issues and providing projects and activities to involve the citizens of the area.  Statewide Fundraising is held every two years and all branches vote on the charity of their choice at State Conference.

Recent Statewide Fundraising efforts included:

  • In 2019:  Australian Alzheimer’s Research Foundation in which $50,000 was raised.
  • In 2016:  Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA and the Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia in which over $90,000 was raised.
  • In 2014:  Royal Flying Doctor Service WA in which $75,000 was raised.