LBW Trust welcomes new Director, Dee Brock

The LBW Trust is excited to announce that Dee Brock will be joining its Board of Directors, effective 27 Nov 2018. Dee comes to the Trust with a wealth of professional experience in the government and infrastructure arenas, most recently working as the State Infrastructure Manager for Cricket NSW. Dee's experiences and relationships in the cricket world and her vision for development will be hugely beneficial to the operations and fundraising of the Trust. We look forward to her joining us! Dee is replacing Jane Anne Dempsey, who is stepping down after two years on the Board. The Trust appreciates all of the hard work and insights that Jane Anne provided during her tenure, especially in the

Fitzy, Wippa, and PM Scott Morrison play in backyard cricket match for BFC

What better backyard is there in Australia than at Kirribilli House? In conjunction with Nova and Fitzy & Wippa, Batting for Change hosted the first Backyard Cricket match on Friday 23 November in the backyard of PM Scott Morrison. Fitzy and Wippa each had a side consisting of various celebrities and lucky radio listeners. In a highly contested match, Fitzy's team ended up with the trophy after a nail-biting finish. As part of the event, Nova generously donated for each of the first five wickets taken, resulting in a $25,000 donation that will go an extraordinarily long way in supporting tertiary education for young women in India. Celebrity players at the event included Scott Morrison, Guy

Women for Change's Standing on our Shoulders caps off inaugural campaign

In 2018, Women for Change launched the Standing on our Shoulders campaign. Bringing together professionals from PwC, Minter Ellison, Ogilvy, Aberdeen, AMP, and Macquarie, the program created a network of empowered women in Australia to support each other and work together to raise funds for the education of women in the developing world. In its inaugural campaign, Standing on our Shoulders supported the Women for Change and Kakenya’s Dream scholarship program to provide access to tertiary education for deserving young students in Kenya. This work was inspired by the remarkable Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya. Over the course of the year, the program displayed how we can work together as women to stand on

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