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Supporting Leadership for Women with Disability

Since early 2018, WCIG has been part of the Enabling Women Leadership Program... More

Jack and Joe - AccessAbility Day Success

AccessAbility Day on late November 2018 was a huge success for all involved ... More

12 Days of Christmas - It's a Wrap!

Each year, Kristie Dutson from Inspired Portraits supports a local not for p... More

WCIG’s massive AccessAbility Day for 2018

4 Dec 2018 - 20 employers for 20 participants – WCIG’s massive AccessAbility Day for 2018

On Thursday 29 November at the Plaza Tavern in Werribee, WCIG connected with BNI Growth Partners Wyndham to kick off a huge AccessAbility Day. 20 employers took on 20 participants from WCIG’s Werribee Disability Employment Services and local students from Manor Lakes College to spend a day i...

Ten years of Board Scholarship success for WCIG’s program participants

27 Nov 2018 - Local Federal Labor MP Tim Watts commends WCIG on 10 years of Board Scholarship success for program participants.

On Wednesday 21 November at the Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club in Williamstown, WCIG hosted its 10th Board Scholarship presentation ceremony. Board Chair Frank Carlus, CEO Ron Miers and Deputy CEO Mary Stojanovska presented scholarships to 10 successful nominated participants fr...

Premier's Gala Dinner - 'Proud to Belong'

21 Mar 2018 - Representatives from WCIG were pleased to attend the Premier's Gala Dinner, kicking off Cultural Diversity Week for 2018.

Some lucky representatives from various WCIG programs attended the Premier’s Gala Dinner on 17 March.

The main purpose of the dinner was to officially launch the 2018 Cultural Diversity Week festivities for Victoria. This year's theme, 'Proud to Belong', is a poigna...

Emma and a Fair Go - Western Springboard Success Story

22 Aug 2017 - Emma didn't think anybody believed in her... that all changed when she connected with WCIG's Western Springboard program.

Emma* is 17 years old and has been in residential care since she was 12 years old. Emma experiences numerous mental health issues, including high social anxiety and significant behavioural issues. Whilst she was in residential care, Emma believed that nobody thought she would get better and tha...