The Pamela Denoon Trust was established from a bequest made by Pamela Denoon of $50,000. The aim of the Trust was to advance education in the community through promoting research into social issues affecting women. Grants were allocated by the Trust for a variety of projects: attendance of Indigenous women to National Women's Conference in October 1991, research on the impact of enterprise bargaining on women, scholarships for girls in secondary schools in Papua New Guinea, programs of the National Women's Justice Coalition including Pamela's List, support for the Black Women's Education Foundation and Women with Disabilities Australia, audiovisual resources on domestic violence, the Australian Women's Archives Project of the National Foundation for Australian Women, and the activities of Women's History Month and Women on a Shoestring Collective, among others. The Trust was wound up in 2005 having provided grants of over $90,000 from the original bequest and interest earned.
Sources used to compile this entry: Information provided by Anne Buttsworth.