Target Beneficiaries Served: People at risk of homelessness/ people experiencing homelessness
Filter Projects: People at risk of homelessness/ people experiencing homelessness
Scope & State
Under Cover - Documentary Film
Women over 50 are the fastest-growing cohort experiencing homelessness in Australia and Under Cover follows an eclectic group of these women who are tough and determined, while experiencing homelessness. Their moving but optimistic portraits lay bare the flaws in our...
SVA aims to deliver a developed, costed and implementable financial model that unlocks private capital and Government funding to provide new, affordable housing for older women experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Victoria, NSW and QLD.
Her Place Australian Women’s Heritage and Museum LTD
Her Voice Festival of Women’s Activism
Despite the high incidence and impact of homelessness and domestic violence we are rarely confronted with the reality of these issues. Your support can help us to make these issues visible and enact change by bringing UNSEEN and The Lost Petition to our Her Voice Festival of Women’s Activism.
Empower women to live safely in the home of their choice
Can you help women stay safe in their homes? Every night close to 50,000 women and their families are homeless, many because of family and domestic violence. YWCA Australia help women and their families find safe, affordable accommodation and, where...
Helping women experiencing homelessness rebuild their lives
Every person that enters into YWCA Australia’s service delivery programs is given client focused case management support. Our support response to each person is different to ensure they receive support that meets their needs, addresses their challenges and difficulties, promoting...
Help us build an Australia where women and children are safe, secure, supported and equal
Women’s Community Shelters (WCS) is a DGR1 charity, registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission. Our mission is to work with local communities to establish new crisis accommodation shelters for women and children who are homeless or leaving domestic...
Older Women in Cohousing [WINC] is creating a new model – the Middle Women Housing Fund – to enable women with insufficient assets to take part in the WINC cohousing community. These ‘middle women’ have some assets – but too...
Women’s Property Initiatives (WPI) mission is to build a secure future for women and children in need by developing and providing good quality, long term affordable housing. In partnership with Platinum Institute Australia (PIA), a registered training organisation operating in...
The Cornelia Program: Breaking the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable women and their babies
The Royal Women's Hospital needs help to help break 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.
Creating connections: social and emotional support during pregnancy for women experiencing family violence and homelessness
Over 12 months, we will provide doula support and childbirth education for 50 women experiencing homelessness and family violence (FV), during pregnancy, birth and early parenting. The project will improve birth and early parenting experiences and longer-term health and wellbeing outcomes for those least able to access quality, continuous care in Melbourne.
The problem: homelessness and family violence is increasing for women and children. Women experiencing family violence often face an impossible decision: stay in an unsafe home and risk losing their children to Child Protection services, or flee with their children but become homeless. The solution: Families Supportive Housing project - an Australian-first housing project for women and children who have experienced family violence and homelessness.
Working Toward a Future where Woman and Children can be Safe at Home
McAuley wants to assist women and children who have experienced family violence to remain in their home or community, as safely as possible. Our research shows that the drift into homelessness after family violence can be prevented by a changed...
Think lens, think glasses. Glasses correct limitations of vision and enable clearer sight. And so it is with a gender lens, which helps us to see more clearly the role gender plays in shaping our male and female lives, our work, experience and choices.
Mary Crooks AO, Executive Director, Victorian Women’s Trust
Also known as Australian Women Donors Network (ABN: 28 141 197 471), Australians Investing in Women is a registered charity endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a deductible gift recipient (DGR1) under a special listing, all donations over $2 are tax deductible.