Cystic Fibrosis WA’s (CFWA) 2017-20 strategic plan has been developed with input from a broad range of stake-holders and members. This plan gives us a clear strategy to employ to meet the needs and expectations of the wider CF community.
Our new perspective is ‘profit for purpose’ leveraging technology to improve service delivery. We are re-positioning ourselves as a social enterprise that funds critical research and provides essential support services to improve the lives of children and adults affected by cystic fibrosis.
Our Annual Reports explain CFWA’s activities throughout the year. Each year’s report is made available at our Annual General Meeting in April. For a hard copy of our most recent report contact our Finance Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 08 6457 7333.
- 2019 Annual Report
- 2018 Annual Report
- 2017 Annual Report
- 2016 Annual Report
- 2015 Annual Report
- 2014 Annual Report
Infection Prevention & Control Guidelines
Following on from the latest research, and in consultation with the children’s and adult’s hospitals, we have developed a set of Infection Prevention & Control Guidelines to ensure the safety, health, and wellbeing of all those who either visit our office or attend one of our events; this includes people with CF.
CFWA has a range of policies and procedures to make sure we meet industry standards, adhere to government regulations and our events run smoothly. In addition to CFWA staff, some of these policies also apply to our volunteers, community fundraisers and partners.
The invaluable assistance of our volunteers helps us keep our costs low and maximise the funds we raise to support people living with CF and their families.
Our volunteer policy ensure our volunteers understand their roles and responsibilities concerning the representation of our organisation, as well as CFWA’s responsibilities to ensure you’re volunteering experience is safe, meaningful and fun!
If you would like to learn more about volunteering for CFWA see our Volunteering page.
Our fundraisers form an integral part of our success and enable us to deliver our vital services and research funding for people living with CF and their families.
To support your fundraising, we have produced some Fundraising Events Guidelines which provide all the necessary tools to make your fundraising event achieve the very best results.
We also recognise the importance of raising funds ethically, and have produced a Fundraising from Vulnerable People Policy that outlines how we conduct our fundraising activities in line with the values of our organisation.
For more information on fundraising for CFWA visit our Fundraising page.