Join us for the 40th Annual General Meeting of Scleroderma Victoria on 21 November. We can’t wait to see you all there!

And what a strange year we’ve experienced. 2020 has been tough for many people in our community, and we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has stuck by us through the hard times. Our committee continues to support the Scleroderma community in any way we can – we look forward to sharing our 2020 activities with you.

Although some restrictions in Victoria have been lifted, we’ve decided to stay safe and hold the AGM online this year. The virtual community has expanded for everyone in recent months, and we know it has become a vital tool for connection and support throughout the pandemic. However, if you’re still a little unsure of the technology, the good news is that you can dial in on your phone to take part.

We’ve organised a few extra bonuses for this year’s AGM. In addition to hearing about Scleroderma Victoria’s success stories for the year, we’ve also invited a guest speaker, Dr Wendy Stevens, to update us on the latest Scleroderma research from the Australian Scleroderma Interest Group (ASIG). She will also announce the deserving recipient of the Harrison Pennicott PhD Scholarship.

As you know, Scleroderma Victoria Committee members are all volunteers. We have built a fantastic team here who continue to give the Scleroderma community as much support as possible. We’re always looking for new people to join our committee, so, if you can spare the time, think about joining us to make a difference.

For any queries on joining our team, or becoming a volunteer, please contact Amanda at

Here’s the link for all the details to register for the AGM on 21 November. We look forward to sharing our latest news with you.

‘Together, we can make a difference.’