FWF18 Vic Subsidies

The FWF2018 Victoria program is now live. Tickets are flying out the door, but we want to make sure feminists outside of Melbourne CBD can attend – so we’re launching our regional subsidies program.

We’re offering 10 subsidies of $100 each to cover regional travel, as well as a free day pass to attend panel sessions at either of the FWF weekend days (Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May).

We also want to ensure that financially disadvantaged writers can take part in our workshops, and so we’re offering two places for each of our workshops in Melbourne and Geelong. 

We can’t do what we do without our wonderful FWF community, including donors, so to donate to the program, please head to our GiveNow page and make a donation. Every dollar counts.

To apply for a regional subsidy or free workshop spot, fill out our simple form by 5pm Fri 20 April.

For more information contact our Development Coordinator at fwfdevelopment@gmail.com.

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