The Queen of Hearts Community Foundation is non-government funded and a not for profit organisation based in N.S.W.
Memberships create an important voice for the Queen of Hearts Community Foundation. The community is strongly represented and the Foundation has a high profile with government, media and the general public including the Business community.
By joining us and becoming a member will create a ‘ Collective Voice of the Lobbying, Public Policy and Advocacy changes’.
Have your voice heard through lobbying to specific Government sectors, Attorney General, Members of Parliament and your Local Council Members.
Join Now to challenge the status quo and bring about change in our society.
How Advocacy has Changed Lives and Changed Australia
Stella Young, writer, comedian and disability activist
Stella was born in Victoria, with osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder that causes bones to break easily. At the age of 14 she began a life of advocacy in which she campaigned for the disabled community to help others reconsider their views on disability and discrimination through her own stories of coping with her own disabilities and setbacks.
Imagine Australia where women were not able to vote?
In 1891, a handful of determined women from the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and the Victorian Temperance Alliance, together with other suffrage groups, went door-to-door with a petition to gain the right to vote for Victorian women. Thirty-three thousand signatures to the Suffrage petition were obtained in less than six months. It was the largest petition that had ever been presented to Parliament. Credit : State Library of Victoria
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