Target Beneficiaries Served: Victims of crime (including family violence)
Filter Projects: Victims of crime (including family violence)
Scope & State
The Farm in Galong Ltd
Life Skills Program
The Farm in Galong aims to provide a place of restoration for women and children affected by substance abuse. Their life skills program help women with the support they need to emerge from a life of chaos. Women go to...
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...
This project aims to provide pathways out of the justice system for socially and economically disadvantaged and vulnerable women who are charged with criminal offences, providing them with targeted, specialist in-house case-management services to address the causes of their offending and disadvantage.
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.
It is estimated that in Australia, 8% of boys and 20% of girls will experience childhood sexual assault. These shocking numbers highlight the important need to raise awareness and provide new language for us to think about, talk about and...
Keeping women’s safety on the agenda this election
The upcoming federal election will be make-or-break on women’s safety – the critical moment to ensure the current momentum for gender justice translates into evidence-based change, not just empty promises and spin. Fair Agenda are seeking your support to strategically...
Keeping women's safety on the agenda in the first 100 days of the 47th Australian parliament
Fair Agenda are seeking core capacity support to drive accountability on issues of women’s safety and gender equality in the first 100 days of the new federal parliament. The current attention on gender-based violence has focused a consistent spotlight on...
Our goal is to empower women in India to build a life free from poverty, by addressing their right to safety and equality. We focus our efforts on two of the most significant threats to women’s safety: human trafficking and...
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 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...
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.
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.