CCIWA Charity Initiative

Empowering Hearts, Changing Lives: Transforming Communities through Compassionate Charity.

The CCIWA Charity Initiative is made up of CCIWA employees who volunteer their time to organise and facilitate fund-raising activities for selected charity partners.


Zonta House Refuge Association
[Primary Charity Partner]

Zonta House Refuge Association is a specialist service that provides safety, essential relief and support to women who have experienced family and domestic violence (FDV).

The CCIWA Charity Initiative has been proudly partnered with Zonta House since 2021. Over the years of partnership, CCIWA employees have raised more than $30,000 in support of Zonta House’s Future Employment Connections Program, a program that provides employment and training support for women who have experienced FDV with the overall goal of economic independence.

Cancer Council
[Secondary Charity Partner]

Cancer Council WA is WA’s leading cancer charity, working across every aspect of every cancer.

The CCIWA Charity Initiative has been in partnership with the Cancer Council WA since 2018. Over the years of partnership, we have raised more than $60,000 in support for their research, patient support and education programs in relation to cancer.

We are supported by

The CCIWA Charity Initiative is supported through the generosity of our Members. Donations from our Members play an important role in enabling us to raise much-needed funds for our charity partners and have a positive impact on the WA community.

Our Committee

Current CCIWA Charity Initiative Committee members:

President, Chris Nunn
Chair, Madeleine Pittorino
Treasurer, Michelle Newton
Project Lead, Rowena Lynch
Acquisition Lead, Georgie Mitchell
Secretary, Siobhan Griffiths
General Member, Carly Waterfield
General Member, Cristina Iacob

CCIWA Charity Initiative Store

Visit our CCIWA Charity Initiative store to make a donation. CCIWA staff can purchase various items, such a charity merchandise and sweet treats.

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