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Bringing Them Home WA

The Bringing Them Home Committee (WA) Inc. is working towards the recognition and healing of the pain caused by the removal of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children from their families.

  • Local Clubs:Aboriginal
  • Type:Aboriginal

Details

  • Arts:Aboriginal
  • Established:1997
  • Members:10 current members of the Bringing Them Home WA Executive.

Description

<p> The Committee seeks to:</p> <p> Through a major public event (National Sorry Day Commemoration) and many separate cultural awareness  programs delivered to groups (students, academics, Rotarians, corporate groups, Churches, government) annually create an awareness of Stolen Generations trauma, for the people part of the generations stolen and for (and very importantly because it is often ignored or understated) the intergenerational effects of this trauma now and in the future.</p> <p> The Committee also advocates in many other ways for the enactment of the largely unmet (54) recommendations of the HREOC Bringing Them Home Report (1997).</p> <p> We aim to see the full implementation of the recommendations set out in “Bringing them Home: Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families”. We are a true reconciliation organisation with both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal members – all committees and working groups have Aboriginal leadership.</p>

FACET - Forum Advocating Cultural And Ecotourism

If you are involved in the tourism industry and want to connect with your peers FACET is the organisation for you. We run forums and seminars on topical issues as well as an exciting annual conference

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

Description

For over 21 years FACET has worked with the tourism industry to inspire the sustainable development of natural and cultural heritage  tourism development. We work with the industry, Government and Academia to deliver a range of exciting and engaging workshops and an annual conference bringing together expert speakers and the industry to discuss topical issues.

Lake Karrinyup Country Club

Lake Karrinyup Country Club is widely acknowledged as Western Australia’s premier golf club, and is now home to the Perth International Golf Championship. Just 13km north of Perth’s CBD, Lake Karrinyup is a tranquil botanical haven for wildlife including native birds and kangaroos.

  • Local Clubs:Country Club

Details

Description

Membership is by invitation only however there are some opportunities for Ladies to join the club. For more information please click on the link attached.

Lake Karrinyup isn’t just a magnificent golf course but also has the facilities to cater for functions for groups of 10-250. Information on all functions are available through the tabs on the right. 

Lotterywest

Lotterywest has responsibility for running the official State Lottery in Western Australia and for raising and distributing the funds for the beneficiaries in the way in which the Act sets out. We are a State government statutory authority reporting to the Premier of Western Australia as the Minister responsible under the Act.

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

Description

Lotterywest is proud to be a contributor in building a better WA and working to enhance the quality of life and well-being for all Western Australians.

Each week, we give Western Australians a chance to dream through playing a range of Lottery games where all the proceeds after we have paid prizes to our winners and covered our operating costs are given back to the community. Thousands of community, local government and charitable organisations, as well as sporting organisations, arts and cultural groups and the State’s health services are supported each year.

For information on how the proceeds from our games support the community, visit 'Where the Money Goes'. If you are part of a community or charitable organisation and need some help for your organisation or just want to talk over a great idea, then please call us.

Through a Statewide network of over 500 small businesses who sell our products, we sell a number of different types of Lotto games (Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday Lotto, OZ Lotto and Powerball), Soccer Pools, Super66 and Cash 3 as well as our great range of instant lottery tickets, Scratch’n’Win.

We also sell all our Lotto games, Soccer Pools, Super66 and Cash 3 through our online sales channel, Play Online.

In 2010 we welcomed 77 Division One Lotto winners into the Lotterywest Winners’ Room. As well as the Division One winners, thousands of Western Australians won other prizes in our Lotto and instant lottery games.

Our History
Lotterywest, then known as the Lotteries Commission of Western Australia, was established originally in 1932, at the height of the economic depression of that era to offer state authorised Lottery products which would raise money for hospitals and charitable organisations. The first Lottery draw was held in March 1933. From the proceeds raised, the first grants were made to help WA charitable organisations.

Lotterywest, now operating under the Lotteries Commission Act (1990) continues to have responsibility for running the official State Lottery in Western Australia and for raising and distributing the funds for the beneficiaries in the way in which the Act sets out. We are a State government statutory authority reporting to the Premier of Western Australia as the Minister responsible under the Act.

Pflag Perth

Parents and Families of Lesbians and Gays. A non for profit organisation whose members have a common goal to keep families together by providing support and information to families of all gay people.

  • Type:National Focus,Volunteer,Association
  • Charity:Education & Training,Family,Local Community
  • Local Clubs:LGBTI

Details

Description

PFLAG are the parents and friends of gay and lesbian people who are apart of our community, united by the common bond. Someone they love and care for is lesbian or gay. 

Gay persons in many communities are affected by discrimination in their pursuit for happiness and in striving to live their lives with openess and dignity. 

Homosexuals are not the only ones touched by this discrimination, but also affecting their friends and families. This organisation is about achieving the same rights and opportunities for gay people, to bring understanding and acceptance of diversity to the community. 

The Gilbert and Sullivan Society

Bringing entertainment to the people of Western Australia through the musical genius of Gilbert and Sullivan since 1951!

  • Type:Club
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Established:1951
  • Arts:Comedy,Music,Performing Arts

Description

Named after Sir William Schwenck Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, the mission of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society is to entertain audiences in Western Australia and to create opportunities for performing artists through the musical theatre works of WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.

WA Poets Inc

WA Poets Inc was set up in 2006 following the success of the inaugural 2005 WA Spring Poetry Festival. It was apparent that Western Australian poets wanted an organisation dedicated to providing resources and services to poets and poetry.

  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Arts:Literature

Description

WA POETS INC AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:

§ Organise an annual local poetry festival that will promote local poets and improve their opportunities for professional development

§ Organise regular poetry events in association with other writing organisations to increase poets engagement with a broader public readership.

§ Develop online networks through a web-database of WA poets and WA Poets Inc members

§ Develop a resource base for Western Australian poets and poetry in the digital space which will include information on readings, competitions and opportunities.

§ Explore and promote publishing opportunities for WA poets and WA Poets Inc members

§ Raise awareness of WA poets and poetry locally, nationally and internationally

§ Provide opportunities to bring poets and the community together

§ Publish a quarterly online poetry and haiku journal that encourages and showcases developing, emerging and established poets’ work.

WA POETRY FESTIVAL AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

§ Introduce audiences to established and innovative artists of varying poetic traditions.

§ Develop a diverse, inclusive program that will provide opportunities for local poets to engage with and challenge their own craft.

§ Promote a poetry culture in WA that will promote local poets to improve their opportunities for professional development and their engagement with a broader public readership 

WA Police Historical Society

The Western Australia Police Historical Society (Inc) was established by serving Police Officers in 1987. With support from Commissioner Brian Bull, our Collection was housed on Police premises until Mr Bull’s retirement in 1994.

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

  • Government:State

Description

The Western Australia Police Historical Society (Inc) was established by serving Police Officers in 1987. With support from Commissioner Brian Bull, our Collection was housed on Police premises until Mr Bull’s retirement in 1994.

His successor did not support the Society so we were forced to seek other storage facilities and retired Officers were required to fill the void.  The WA Police Union subsequently gave us an office and facilities for storage, in order that we could continue.

In November 2006 we were able to move into the premises at 57 Lincoln Street, Highgate Commissioner O’Callaghan leased the old Highgate Hill Police Station built 1897 and the Police quarters built 1906 (pictured above) to the Society with a 10 year renewable term. The Society has since taken residence in Scarborough, at 174 Scarborough Beach Road. 

In addition we secured a lease with the Water Corporation on their redundant sewage (tower) building, which is adjacent, for a lecture, meeting and work room. All these buildings are Heritage listed.

We established offices and a Museum in the Police quarters and restored the interior of the Police Station and cells to appear as if the Station is still in operation. Our main purpose is to preserve Police history, whether it be with aretfacts, photographs or documents, together with the personal histories of  former Officers. Organised group tours are conducted by appointment.

A quarterly Newsletter consisting of 8 to 12 pages titled The  Peelers Gazette, is produced. This has  a circulation of  170 copies and is produced in hard copy. It covers the activities of the Society as well as a feature article on some aspect of WA Police history.

The Society currently has 103 members, with a nomination fee set at $10.00  plus $10.00 annually. Monthly Meetings take place at 10am, on the first Tuesday of the month, with the exception of November when it is on the 2nd Tuesday. In January we are in recess.

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