Target Beneficiaries Served: People with chronic illness (including terminal illness)
Filter Projects: People with chronic illness (including terminal illness)
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...
Free to Feed is proud to announce the Women’s Assembly. A pre-employment program designed for women seeking asylum and refugees facing severe isolation and profound barriers to connection, education and employment.
Her Heart speaks to women, about women, and for women. The organisation is committed to working with women to raise awareness of heart disease – few are aware that we lose 1 woman every hour to heart disease in Australia,...
An eating disorder is a complex mental illness which can be severe and enduring. Approximately 1 million Australians are currently experiencing an eating disorder, 2/3 being female. In Australia, hospital care is the standard approach when an eating disorder is...
Each year up to 16 young refugee, asylum seeker and new migrant women will be engaged in The Social Outfit’s Retail Training Program. Recruited via our partner networks of settlement agencies, suitable trainee candidates are offered 3-months paid work-experience, one day per week, in retail customer service at The Social Outfit's clothing store in Newtown.
Funding for the EWA program cares for animals that belong to some of the most vulnerable and marginalised members of the community. At Lort Smith Animal Hospital, we care for the animals of people in crisis e.g. people experiencing domestic violence, mental health challenges, severe illness or homelessness, until the owner and their pet can be re-united with each other.
If we are to achieve gender equality we will need to pull every lever; being more intentional about bringing women into focus supports smart investment decisions. Philanthropic dollars are limited; it is investments in women and girls that bring the greatest opportunity for social change.
Sam Mostyn AO, Chair, Australians Investing In Women
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.