"Inner Wheel Ashburton is bursting at the seams with members and would like to start up a second Mid Canterbury club."
The Ashburton Courier published an article about the IW Club of Ashburton on March 17th 2023, announcing the fantastic news that the Club has so many Members that it's looking at starting a new generation Club to continue helping women connect with each other and make a difference in the community. Read the full article here.
Inner Wheel New Zealand has over 1,400 members across 4 Districts from Whangarei to Invercargill and across the seas to Noumea.
We’re members of one of the world’s largest women’s voluntary service organisation, with over 120,000 members in over 100 countries.
Inner Wheel has three key objects:
Any woman who shares our three central aims can join Inner Wheel. Join us now!
We help charities and worthy causes to be successful.
We work as a team to achieve more in making a positive difference in our communities, in New Zealand and around the world. It is immensely rewarding to give back by working on projects that improve the lives of others and show we care. And, we have fun along the way.
We meet and create true friendships with like-minded women locally, nationally and internationally.
We belong to a world leading voluntary women’s organisation, giving us unique opportunities to create positive change in our world. Our voices are heard all the way to the UN with speaking rights on issues relevant to women, children, the family and the elderly.
Inner Wheel enables us to share and use our skills.
There are lots of opportunities to grow our skills while we learn more through leadership, meetings, speakers and a variety of social activities. It is special to be acknowledged and appreciated for our contribution.
IWNZ has 40 Clubs where members enjoy friendship and opportunities to organise and participate in service projects. Our service projects range from giving time to actively support charities with their activities, fundraising, and craft projects to make items to be used by charities and hospitals. Each Club decides the service projects they support.