Our Women’s Fund speaker series continues with another fabulous wāhine, Sacha Mc Meeking. Sacha works at the University of Canterbury where she is the Head of School for Maori and Indigenous studies.
Meet Caira. She is one of our Women's Fund award winners this year. She is passionate about curbing climate change and thinks you should be too. Click through to find out more...
This year we have selected Erin Manning to receive a Women's Fund award. Her work at Perinatal Wellbeing Canterbury is fantastic. Click through to learn more about Erin, her work and how she is planning on creating resource toolkits for her team!
The 2020 Women's Fund award winners have been announced. Click through to hear more about Jo Bailey and her work with Uniting Canterbury Women.
As our Women’s Fund speaker series continues, We're excited to share another conversation with a fabulous female leader in Otautahi, Michelle Sharp.
Here is your reminder of the importance of having a will and keeping it current!
Otautahi Christchurch has a proud tradition of women facilitating ground-breaking societal change. In order to recognise the women of the past, and the ensure that this proud legacy continues, we formed a fund to support women and girls who are change makers.
Join us for high tea at the Canterbury Club where we will announce and celebrate the 2020 award recipients with guest speaker Minister Poto Williams. Part of the ticket price covers the costs and the rest goes to next year’s recipients so it’s a constant flow of ongoing support for our next generation of female leaders in the city.
The Christchurch Foundation Women’s Fund isn’t only about supporting female leaders with grants. We are also drawing on Ōtautahi Christchurch’s proud legacy of change-makers, like Kate Sheppard, to fight for social equity.
Women’s Fund Grants Now Open: Calling all female champions, campaigners and change-makers! We’re thrilled to announce that it’s that time of the year again, where we can start searching for another three fabulous Wahine working at the grassroots in our city to inspire future female leaders.
As we wrap up our Women’s Fund speaker series, our Patron, Mayor of Christchurch Lianne Dalziel tells us about the importance of Women’s leadership in a post disaster environment. “One thing I’ve learnt is that crisis always produces opportunity. That’s opportunity to do things differently.”