• March 07, 2017

    Silent Auction is now live for the LBW Trust Annual Dinner

    This year, The LBW Trust is using GalaBid to host an online silent auction for the 11th Annual LBW Trust Dinner. On offer are a fantastic range of money-can’t-buy experiences and enviable products, all kindly donated by our generous supporters.

    Prizes include ski accomodation in Telluride, a trip to a luxury Thai villa and an Adelaide sports getaway (including Ashes tickets for 2017!). There is an experience in the Qantas flight simulator, a fitness membership and a weekend theatre getaway, just to name a few. We’ll also be adding more prizes to the auction over the next week.

    Even if you aren't able to make our Annual LBW Trust Dinner this weekend (now sold out!), you can still support The LBW Trust by bidding on the silent auction from now until 10:00pm on Saturday 11 March. Winning bidders will be notified by phone.

    How to Register for Silent Auction

    Option 1 - To Register via SMS

    1. Text: lbw followed by your full name
    2. To: 0458 678 678
    3. Example: lbw Brad Pitt
    4. Follow the registration link you are sent from GalaBid to login and place bids.

    Please note: capitals are not needed

    Option 2 - To Register via browser

    1. Visit:
    2. Click on the ‘register’ button
    3. Enter your details and click ‘submit’.
    4. You will then receive a text to your mobile phone with the link to the auction catalogue and a passcode. Use the passcode to login on any browser or click the link in the text to be automatically logged in on the browser on your smart phone. You are now ready to bid.
  • March 03, 2017

    The LBW Trust brings Kakenya to Australia for International Women’s Week

    In celebration of International Women's Week, The LBW Trust is bringing Dr Kakenya Ntaiya, a globally recognised entrepreneur and international women's rights advocate, to Australia as one of this year's keynote speakers for International Women's Day in Australia.

     Dr Ntaiya now runs an international foundation based on her ground-breaking school in Kenya which is leveraging education and knowledge to change the lives of marginalised girls. She will share with us her stories about the enormous change that education can bring in the life of a young girl, including her own journey from being a young village girl to a globally recognised education expert.

     Dr Ntaiya is a remarkable educational visionary and is currently working with the LBW Trust to fundraise for scholarships to send 23 young women to university in Kenya. This will assist in combating the cultural practices of early marriage and female genital mutilation in parts of Kenya, where 25% of all Kenyan girls are married by the time they are 15, and 78% of all Maasai women are still circumcised.

    Dr Ntaiya is lighting the path for change in Kenya, and inspiring a new generation of girls to expand their horizons and realise their full potential.

    If you would like to help The LBW Trust support the graduating students from Kakenya’s Centre for Excellence fulfil their dreams of going to university then you can make a tax-deductible donation.