FRIENDS OF Asia Pacific WAGGGS
WAGGGS is divided into five Regions and Australia is one of the 25 countries in the Asia Pacific Region.
of Asia Pacific WAGGGS was established in 1999 as a regional membership fundraising scheme to provide financial resources for training programs, events, projects and activities for the development of girls and young women in the Asia Pacific Region.
New members are always welcome and you can join by sending in an application
Further information on the AP Region
can be found on the WAGGGS website. For every GBP 6,000 raised by an FAPW country group, GBP 1,800 (30%) will be returned to the Member Organization of that country, for use in a project approved by the APR Committee.
We encourage you to take every opportunity to let people know about FAPW, so that they can join us in supporting the girls and young women of our Region.
FAPW Newsletter January 2015
WAGGGS owns and operates Four World Centres
located in England, Switzerland, Mexico and India. Girl Guides and Girl Scouts visit to participate in events, trainings, conferences and often return many times for a unique international experience.
Friends of World Centres
GGA has its own Friends of the World Centres group, which you can join. See here
for more info on membership and fees. You will receive four newsletters per year, filled with the latest news from the World Centres, as well as program and fundraising ideas. Your financial contribution is also helping the World Centres to provide life changing international experiences to everyone who visits.
Friends of Sangam
Sangam is the World Centre in the AP Region, located in Pune, India. Friends of Sangam Australia are a group who care about Sangam and want to see it grow and thrive. It is a way for Sangam enthusiasts to join together to support Sangam and keep in touch with other members of the Sangam family. Complete the Membership Form
and receive newsletters, reports and invitations to events both fundraising events in Australia and events at Sangam.
Visit the Sangam website
for more information.