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East Hills VIEW Club News From February 2019

The first 2019 meeting of the East Hills VIEW Club was held on Monday February 18 at Revesby Workers club. The meeting was attended by 46 members and guests.

The committee and members are looking forward to another successful year in our fundraising efforts for disadvantaged students in conjunction with the Smith Family and our very pleasant social gatherings and outings.

For more information on VIEW and how you can participate contact Bev on 9771 5457.

East Hills VIEW Club Stationary Drive 2018

The members of East Hills VIEW Club undertook their annual stationery drive at their monthly meeting on Monday October 15 2018. Adding up to several hundred dollars of a wide variety of goods, this collection will be delivered to Plumpton Public School. This disadvantaged school in Western Sydney is supported through the Smith Family’s Learning for Life programme. These goods will be used in facilitating that programme as many of the students involved are unable to purchase them for themselves.

The members are pleased to contribute each year in this small way. We are always interested to see what is donated to assist in a small way to improve the educational outcomes for the students involved.

View (Voice, Interests and Education for Women) is a national club with members from all backgrounds who meet regularly to engage in social activities and outings, with a view to forming new friendships as well as supporting the Smith Family. We raise finds through our monthly lunches and small fees for activities.

We sponsor an individual student who has been identified by her school as needing support. We look forward to her letters and cards and we follow her academic progress with interest. In addition to the funding support, we send her vouchers and cards at Christmas and Easter and also for her birthday. This is a most gratifying initiative.

For further information regarding East Hills VIEW Club ring Bev on 9771 5457


The East Hills VIEW Club Support Converge Concert Sydney

The East Hills VIEW Club were on hand to support the Converge Concert. The Converge Concert is an initiative sponsored by the Smith Family and Westpac which enables students from disadvantaged schools in Western Sydney to form choirs and perform at the Conservatorium. They sing without music being played. It is a wonderful experience for them and the audience.

East Hills View Club Celebrates 57 Years!

On Monday June 18 2018 the ladies of East Hills VIEW Club celebrated the 57th birthday of their club with a gala lunch at Revesby Workers Club. The committee had chosen a ‘regal’ theme for this year. Many members embraced the theme and cape with tiaras, long gloves and dressed in purple. One member even wore a long purple cloak with a 9fake0 ermine collar.

A great day was had by all. In addition to the lunch and delicious birthday cake, there was entertainment, raffles and even a book sale to boost their coffers.

For anyone interested in joining a wonderful group of ladies who, through their events help support the Smith Family and are driven by the mission of creating social change in Australian communities by empowering women to have their voices on issues of importance for the future wellbeing of Australian society,  can call Bev on 9771 5457 or visit www.view.org.au for further information.

East Hills VIEW Club AGM

East Hills View Club held its AGM on Monday 19 February 2018 at Revesby Workers Club. The out-going committee was thanked for their tireless work in 2017 and the in-coming committee was welcomed. All members are looking forward to a productive and enjoyable year. Throughout the year numerous social activities are held to raise money for the Smith Family’s Learning for Life Programme. This wonderful initiative helps disadvantaged children achieve to their potential through education.

This View Club meets at 11AM on the third Monday of each month at Revesby Workers Club for a meeting, a friendly lunch and conversation and a guest speaker. New members are always welcome to attend a meeting to experience our gatherings. We would love to hear from interested people.

Bev 9771 5457

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New Year VIEW: Opportunity to support children in need with local women in the Panania/Revesby/Padstow area  


East Hills VIEW Club is encouraging women in the Panania/Revesby/Padstow area to welcome in the New Year by becoming a member and in doing so, to meet new friends and have the opportunity to give back to the community.

East Hills VIEW Club is part of a network of 320 clubs throughout Australia. Joining our VIEW Club is the perfect opportunity to meet regularly with other like-minded women, establish new friendships and help children in need.

VIEW stands for the Voice, Interests and Education of Women. It is one of Australia’s leading women’s volunteer organisations and supports the education of disadvantaged children through The Smith Family.

Our role in the community is underpinned by our support of The Smith Family. Through our work with this charity we are helping make life-changing differences to local children and their families through its Learning for Life sponsorship program.

East Hills VIEW Club hosts monthly meetings for members on the third Monday of each month a Revesby Workers Club.

The Club undertakes an annual stationery drive to provide resources to a school running a programme supported by the Smith Family. We also provide a book prize to a local school for their presentation day, with the aim of encouraging children to read.

In addition their ongoing support of The Smith Family, VIEW hosts social events, such as ten pin bowling, luncheon outings, trivia mornings and visits to interesting sites in Sydney.

We are always looking for women from all backgrounds and ages to join us and we look forward to welcoming some new faces at our next monthly meeting.

Anyone interested in becoming a member can call Bev on 9771 5457 or visit www.view.org.au for further information.

The next East HillsVIEW Club meeting will take place on Monday February 19 at Revesby Workers Club at 10.45 AM.