Citizen Advocacy – Perth West (Inc) gratefully acknowledges that its existence is dependent on many organisations and people who so generously volunteer time, energy, services or finances. Although they are by no means the only people deserving of sincere thanks, we would like to mention the following:
The Australian Government – Department of Social Services
Citizen Advocacy – Perth West (Inc) gratefully acknowledges that we receive a significant proportion of our funding from the Australian Government through the Department of Social Services (formerly FaHCSIA.)
On many occasions, Lotterywest have assisted us with funding to cover the cost of equipment and special projects. Their most recent funding was a grant to cover our moving costs, purchase new furniture & equipment and re-vamp our stationery and website.
Carol Osborne Auditor
Carol has supported our program with information and advice and has volunteered her services as an auditor free of charge each year for so many years we have almost lost count.
Our wonderful Patron, who supports us however he can in a wide variety of ways.
North Perth Growers Mart
Daniel Ho very generously provides us with beautiful fresh salads and fruit for our annual picnics.
Terry & Cher Harris
DJ’s extraordinaire who provide the excellent music for our annual functions and do such a great job in entertaining everyone and getting us up dancing.
Mondo Community Warriors
For the last couple of years the financial assistance of Mondo Community Warriors has been such a great help in meeting unexpected expenses and ever rising day to day costs.
Thank you to Jules Lewin and the Charthill team for their pro-bono legal assistance.
And a few more of our wonderful volunteers…
- Danuta Witkowicz
- Robert Atkinson
- Bruce Warburton
- Paul Pearman
Our special thanks to all advocates, advocate associates, crisis advocates, link people, board members friends and all the other wonderful people who so willingly volunteer their time, energy, finances and skills in the knowledge that they are able to make a difference to the quality of life and wellbeing of another.