Please note: Membership applications received after 5th October 2021 will not be approved in time for the 2021 AGM. New applications will be approved as soon as possible at the next meeting of the Membership Committee.

What does it mean to become a member?

Members can contribute to Women with Disabilities Victoria in the following ways:

  • Become involved in one of our leadership programs designed to promote sharing leadership skills.
  • Sharing information with other women through our e-newsletter and email bulletins.
  • Representing women with disabilities on Boards, Committees and forums. These opportunities are circulated to members who have an interest in a particular field.
  • Contributing to government submissions, representations to government and organisations and presentation of conference papers.

Is there a cost to join?

Full membership

Full membership is available to women with disabilities in Victoria. Full membership is free.

Associate membership

Associate membership is open to individuals and/or organisations supportive of the aims of Women with Disabilities Victoria and enables exchange of knowledge, and participation with Women with Disabilities Victoria and its members.

Associate membership is $50 for individuals and $140 for organisations (this includes GST).

Payment Options:

Online payment via Paypal

Direct deposit/EFT: BSB: 313 140 / Account No.: 12034898 / Name: Women with Disabilities Victoria

Cheque/money order: please make payable to “Women with Disabilities Victoria”

How to join:

To join online click here

or you can:

(1) Download the WDV Membership Application Form – (Word) (PDF)

(2) Fill it out and send it back to us by either:  

  • Email 
    Download the form. Save it to your computer. Type your details directly into the forms. Then send back to us by attaching the completed documents to an email. Our email address is: [email protected].
  • Post 
    Download the form. Print out and fill in your details. Send to our postal address:
    GPO Box 1160, Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia

Protecting Your Privacy: All personal information collected by Women with Disabilities Victoria is protected by Privacy Legislation and will only be used for the purposes for which it is requested.