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 Hunter Region Working Women’s Group


Hunter Region Working Women’s Group (HRWWG) is a charity, not-for-profit organisation in the Hunter and has been in operation for well over 40 years. The HRWWG are the governing body for its two businesses, Hunter Women’s Centre and Hunter Early Childhood Centre.

Board of Directors

HRWWG is managed by a board of directors, are all women from the Hunter who volunteer their time, who are passionate about the vision and purpose of supporting fellow women in our community. The board of directors are all dedicated professionals from a range of backgrounds, who bring a wide range of experience and understanding to the organisation.

The board of directors work with the services management to support, guide and mentor teams, maintain governance and compliance and ensure that the services are maintaining the vision of the overall organisation. The HRWWG board and the service managers meet on the last Thursday of each month, in the meeting room within Hunter Women’s Centre.

Media enquiries directly relating to HRWWG or other enquiries, can be forwarded to the following contact:

Email: board@hwc.org.au

NOTICE OF AGM

Thursday 28th November 2019 6pm

Dear members and community of Hunter Region Working Women’s Group,

 You are invited to attend the AGM of Hunter Region Working Women’s Group, held at Hunter Women’s Centre, 58-60 Industrial Drive, Mayfield 2303 at 6pm.

 The agenda is available through the attached link for your reference. The Committee welcome all members to come along to this meeting and if you would like further information please contact me. We look forward to seeing you on 28th November.

 Please send any apologies for absence to Sam - director@hecc.org.au


 

Hunter Women’s Centre

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Our partnering organisation, Hunter Women’s Centre is located directly next door to the Hunter Early Childhood Centre,on Industrial Drive.

HWC provide many key services to women across the Hunter. While the feminist movement has achieved much to progress the wellbeing of women, gender biase continues across the community impacting on women's health. Services at the Hunter Women's Centre acknowledge and address the role of gender in women's health and as such take a holistic approach in our work with women.

For more information you can contact the centre from the following details:

Website: www.hwc.org.au

Phone: (02) 49682511

Email: admin@hwc.org.au