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“If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch a flower. If you want to touch the future, touch a life.”

Nothing Changes Unless We Do!

Raise the collective impact within communities through leading and enabling individuals to be part of the solution.

The Power of the People is Stronger than the People in Power

We often underestimate how much power we, as individuals, have to effect change. Your participation and support will increase the awareness and response to reducing domestic violence and alleviating homelessness.

Your efforts, whether volunteering, fundraising, becoming a community advocate or simply your wonderful donation will have an enormous impact and help keep women safe throughout communities in Australia.

Philanthropy & Partnerships

Our corporate partnership program offers the chance to support an Australian first innovation and is essential to the work we do – and the life-changing outcomes we achieve for others.



Join in One of Our Events

In 2022 we are going “Beyond the Conversation” creating and launching a variety of events: some educational, some for women to find their voices, some for fun and some pure celebration. Please check back on a regular basis to our EVENTS page.

Create Your Own Fundraiser

Fundraising is stimulating and challenging and so satisfying.  Create your own or contact our team to come up with some ideas that fit into your lifestyle.  We’ll support you every step of the way.


Workplace Giving

One of the easiest and most effective ways for employees to support our charity is to make a donation through their payroll. Workplace Giving is one of the easiest and most effective ways for employees to support women in society and we return the generosity with raised education and awareness.

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Become A Community Advocate

Would you consider volunteering?  What about educating your community and helping them change their attitudes about women. Consider becoming a Community Advocate. Our training will help you become a change agent.


Become a Nurture Carer

Would you like to have an impact on society and make a difference?  If you are a woman living on your own, consider being trained as a Nurture Carer.  The benefits are numerous and you will become an important part of the solution to reducing domestic abuse and homelessness for women.


I can be in a safe place,” she told me as we drank sweet-potato lattes at a campus café. The most important thing, in her view, is the absence of men. “Always, when I use the word ‘safe place,’ it means the place for women.”

From the Prime Ministers Office

Read the latest Status of Women Report CardThe Government has kicked off public consultation on the National Strategy to Achieve Gender Equality. You can find: ―    The discussion paper HERE ―    The survey HERE ―    The response option for organisation HERE Also...

Financial abuse left me homeless and sleeping in my car

I had a successful career as a chef and never had trouble finding a job or a place to live. Stepping over homeless people to and from work, a hatted restaurant in Sydney, was my first introduction to homelessness but there’s so much more to it than meets the eye…

The Linkages Between Violent Misogyny…

The Linkages Between Violent Misogyny & Violent Extremism and Radicalisation that Leads to Terrorism   This policy brief is based on policy-focused research and interviews concerning the links between violent misogyny and violent extremism and radicalization...

Three Women Share The Horrifying Reality of Living Homeless In Australia

“No-one chooses to be homeless, I can tell you that." - by Michael Crooks (published by Marie Claire). Today, there are 49,000 women who are homeless across the nation, with no means or assistance to have a home of their own. Michael Crooks speaks to three women – all...

Update on Economic Equality

Has gender equality progressed? Australians have made progress towards gender equality as women continue to challenge historical norms and the business case for diversity, equity and inclusion strengthens. Despite this, women’s progress slipped back a gear in the...

‘Intergenerational Cycle of Violence’

‘Intergenerational Cycle of Violence’ Explained & How to Break It You might have watched some documentaries or crime series where experts try to find causal relationships between the person's delinquency in adolescence, their later involvement in criminal...

Misdiagnosing Intergenerational Trauma

Misdiagnosing Intergenerational Trauma Some children were being medicalised and pathologised at times when they needed trauma care, a conference in Dublin heard A seven year-old boy and his older sister (9), who watched their mother being bound and kept in a wardrobe...


Culturally Diverse Victim-Survivors of Family Violence Often Charged Falsely, According to New Paper A new paper released by inTouch has highlighted the concerning and ongoing issue of mis-identification in response to family violence occurring within migrant and...

It’s Time To Take Notice!

New Global Study shows more than a quarter of women have experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetimes. Peer-Reviewed Publication in The Lancet Background Intimate partner violence against women is a global public health problem with many short-term and...