See what Inner Wheel Clubs across NZ are doing to serve those in need in our Local, National and International Communities by caring for women and girls.
Charity Service Gallery
Inner wheel clubs across NZ have supported a wide range of charities in local communities, nationally and internationally.
The National Service Project for Inner Wheel Clubs across New Zealand is to support the work of Look Good Feel Better, LGFB, who help New Zealanders to face cancer with confidence.
IWNZ Helping to End Period Poverty
Inner Wheel Clubs across NZ are engaging in activities and working with charities to help end Period Poverty and bring dignity to women and girls across the globe.
The IW Club of Auckland East celebrated its 30th birthday recently. In recognition of this milestone, the club gave the gift of $1,700 to the Glenn Innes Food Bank. The IW Club of Auckland East have supported the Glen Innes food bank for a number of years with food and monetary donations.Posted: Tuesday 19 May 2020
The Inner Wheel Club of Wellington is very involved in supplying care packages to prisoners leaving Arohata Prison.This article was in the Independent Herald newspaper in February.Posted: Wednesday 4 March 2020
"A huge THANK YOU to Janet and Fay from the Inner Wheel Club of Mount Roskill for bringing in an amazing donation of gift bags for women arriving at the Shine refuge. Their group have been supporting our refuge for many years. Thank you! "Posted: Tuesday 12 November 2019
The inner Wheel Club of Ashburton recently held an afternoon sewing bee to make dresses for girls in India. Members completed six dresses and took more home to complete. It was a very enjoyble afternoon.Posted: Saturday 10 August 2019
The Inner Wheel Club of Waimate knit trauma teddies for the local St John in the St John colours. The club thought it would be a comfort for children who are being taken to hospital by ambulance and didn't have the chance to pick up their own teddy or favourite toy. They are for the children to keep. The club made twenty in total but if the need arose the club are sure they will make more.Posted: Wednesday 17 July 2019
The IW Aotea girls gave 2 hours of their morning on June 23rd to help with this event as well as the club donating a collection of new born clothes to this charity fundraiser fight period poverty. The event was held for mothers to fill a bag with baby clothing which was all donated. Proceeds raised will go towards The Good Fund - helping menstruating people in need all over NZ access reusable sanitary items. You can read more about The Good Fund here: http://ww.thegoodfund.co.nzPosted: Wednesday 17 July 2019
IWNZ Launches new National Project to Support Look Good Feel Better NZPosted: Monday 29 May 2017