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The Royal Women's Hospital

The Cornelia Program: Breaking the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable women and their babies

The Women’s, Launch Housing and HousingFirst have collaborated to develop the Cornelia Program – an Australian-first initiative that aims to break the cycle of homelessness and support pregnant women and new mothers to develop a lasting bond with their babies.
Ember Connect

Elevating Australian First Nations Women

Ember Connect elevates First Nations women to greater possibilities through their vibrant online community by connecting them to key people, pathways, and opportunities; and influencing systemic change through advocacy and education.
The Warrior Woman Foundation

The Young Warrior Woman Program

The Young Warrior Woman Program is an innovative program for young women who are at-risk of living lives dictated by poverty. Young women who participate come from backgrounds of trauma, abuse, intergenerational poverty and unemployment, low educational attainment, early pregnancy.
La Trobe University

Baggarrook Yurrongi First Nations Midwifery Program

First Nations communities experience an unacceptable gap in health outcomes and First Nations babies and their mothers have critically poorer outcomes than non-First Nations people. The lifelong impacts of these outcomes are severe.
Documentary Australia

Like my Brother

This inspiring documentary follows four Aboriginal girls from the remote Tiwi Islands community who set out on a journey to follow their sporting dreams. Like My Brother sheds light on the inequitable path to sport, by factors such as lack...
Harding Miller Education Foundation

Advancing Girls' Education Across Australia - Together we can change lives

The primary objective of the Harding Miller Education Foundation is to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty through education. We do this by providing scholarships to high potential girls who are experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage.
Odyssey House NSW

Saving lives one case worker at a time

At Odyssey, their vision is a world free of addiction. They provide rehabilitation services to address harms associated with alcohol and other drug use. Addiction is a serious yet treatable condition. With the right support, people can overcome their dependence...
Flourish Girl Ltd

Creating safe spaces for young people to flourish

The Flourish Girl Journey is a 3 part school based program that gives teenage girls & gender diverse teens the social and emotional tools they need to connect deeper with themselves, their peers & their purpose within their communities.
Girls from Oz

Lead and Succeed: growing employable role models

g-oz has been delivering successful and engaging Community Programs in Halls Creek since 2010 and Carnarvon since 2012. This project will strengthen and deepen their program in these communities from within by looking to the next generation. They aim to...
The Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation

Brilliant Young Minds research for Gynae Screening

We fund research. Our brilliant researchers find a cure. It’s that simple. Early detection saves lives. Research means early detection.
The Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation

Let's talk Lady Parts

Awareness and research are the only cures to the 8 gynaecological cancers. Only 1 of the 8 cancers has a screening test and treatment. The other seven gynae cancers are often not diagnosed until they are already in the advanced...
Federation University Australia

Rural Women for STEM

Federation University Australia is Australia’s leading regional university. We support more first-in-family and social equity students than any other university and we create graduates who are job ready, with the skills that employers need to enhance their communities. Rural Women...