Events

Sunday, 2nd April 2017
Williams Syndrome Assoc of WA - Easter Picnic
Venue: Cohunu Koala Park. Lot 103 Nettleton Road, Byford (Perth)
Time: Gates open 10 am, meet for lunch at 12 pm

The Association will pay entry to the park for all children & all WS adults. Adult entry is $15, use your Carers / Companion card for free entry for 1 carer

Park opens at 10 am, meet for lunch at 12 pm at the picnic area. BYO picnic lunch, drinks & chairs (there's a small kiosk which sells drinks & ice-cream only)

RSVP by 26th March 2017 to Tarryn on (0431) 111 939


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Anthony & Misty Garrett
26 Lapwing Road, Dalyellup. W.A. 6230.
Mob: 0408 913 348 (Anthony)
0407 946 007 (Misty)
Email: wsawa@wsawa.org

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Michelle & Alex with daughter Charlotte (WS) & son Jamie
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Welcome to the Williams Syndrome Association of Western Australia

 

“The Williams Syndrome Association of Western Australia (WSAWA) is devoted exclusively to improving the lives of individuals with Williams Syndrome and their families. It strives to locate individuals with the syndrome and their families and disseminate timely and accurate medical, educational and assistance group information (including relevant governmental agencies). The association also provides members with support through regular meetings, social gatherings and fundraising activities and will organise medical conferences as required.

The aim of the Williams Syndrome Association of Western Australia is to raise community awareness and bridge the need for connection of the Williams Syndrome families in WA (including newly diagnosed families) with each other and the community, allowing them to obtain much needed emotional support and information to help them understand and cope with the life changing and permanent effect of being a person with Williams Syndrome or a family member, guardian or carer for someone with Williams Syndrome”.

Note that the WSAWA Inc is an Incorporated Association and a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). We have an ABN, a Charitable Collections Licence and have endorsed Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the ATO, which means that all sponsorship and donations to our Association are fully tax deductible.


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