The Skillsbank initiative was founded in 2005 in recognition that our highly skilled and influential alumni could make a big social impact on the capacity of the community and not-for-profit sector. The Leadership WA community is able to give their time, energy, insights and advice in community service on a pro bono basis. The opportunities include board appointments, mentoring, and project support (including business development, strategy development, consultation, and facilitation).
These contributions serve members of community most in need, including not-for-profit organisations, outreach groups, youth initiatives and elder care providers.
Our social impact
Together, we are making a difference to the organisations themselves and the members of community they serve.
The values of Leadership WA are embodied in all that we do and Skillsbank is a means to facilitate our alumni joining us in upholding the values and giving back and investing care for our local and global community.
Featured projects and organisations
Our Alumni have provided time and strategic contributions to many community and not-for-profit organisations, such as:
SHAC (Sustainable Housing for Artists & Creatives)
Fremantle Women’s Health Centre
Independent Centre for Applied Not-For-Profit Research
PICYS (Perth Inner City Youth Service)
Arts Access Australia
Pat Giles Centre
Remote CEO Mentors Program (Dept of Communities)
People with Disability WA
Royal Life Saving Society
Fremantle Multicultural Centre Inc
Down Syndrome WA
Globe Town Project
Find out more
To find out more about how you can seek assistance from Skillsbank, please contact the Relations Coordinator, on (+618) 6381 6700 or email email@example.com
Expression of interest
If you’d like to list an opportunity with our Skillsbank and you represent a Not-for-profit or community organisation, please complete this form.
Do you represent a non-profit or community organisation that could benefit from the assistance and support provided through Skillsbank?