Ferntree Gully VIEW Club was formed in 1995.
Currently, the Club sponsors six Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
We have interesting and informative speakers at our monthly lunches, in-house functions, group outings, and cards. Our members enjoy fun and friendship, with lots of laughter.
We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.
- Meeting Day on 4th Monday each month
- Held at Knox Club
- For lunch
- Denise on 0408 379 935
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Ferntree Gully Makes a Difference in 2019
At our Birthday in June, we acknowledged 3 of our members who were recipients of the 'Making A Difference' Awards and were presented with a framed award. Individual clubs are invited to recognise the work of members who contribute, in different ways to the running of their VIEW club, and are nominated by the committee.
Our warmest congratulations to the ladies pictured below.
Photo opposite: is of members enjoying the annual Gala/Conference at Karrylika Reception Centre Ringwood,Victoria held on June 20th, 2019.
The theme was Let the sun shine in hence the smiling suns held by the members.
A fun day was held by all.
Ferntree Gully VIEW Club's recent 23rd birthday celebrations
Sandi Muntisov, VA National Councillor and our Club President Anne McPherson.
Wendy Frances with birthday cake.
VIEW Executive E-News March 2022
Welcome to your new VIEW Executive E-Newsletter! Every quarter, we’ll be bringing you news about what’s being happening with VIEW and The Smith Family through this E-news. We hope you enjoy it!Read more...
International Women's Day
Letter to VIEW Members in recognition of International Women’s Day and the ongoing support of VIEW from Doug Taylor, CEO The Smith Family.Read more...
Make a Spectacle Competition
Make a spectacle for you and your friends... as part of VIEW celebrating The Smith Family’s Centenary of commitment to improving the lives of Australian children.Read more...