Be a part of a grassroots movement for social change

Make a DonationBecome a Community Advocate

“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.

Find Out More

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.


Empowering Women Through Financial Literacy: Breaking the Chains of Financial Dependence

In today's modern world, financial literacy has emerged as a potent force for empowerment, especially for women who often struggle with economic dependence and restricted opportunities. Shockingly, one in six Australian women has experienced financial abuse from a...

Recognising Relationship Red Flags: Identifying Financial, Emotional, and Mental Abuse

In today's world, building healthy, mutually nurturing relationships is the cornerstone of a fulfilling life. You must build the foundation of trust, respect and love for a connection to thrive. However, not all relationships are free from hidden dangers. Red flags in...

Understanding and Addressing Homelessness Among Women Over 55 in Australia

What is at the cause of a rapid rise in elderly women homelessness in Australia?

“Time is of the essence”: 440,000 older Australians estimated to be homeless by 2031

“Time is of the essence”: 440,000 older Australians estimated to be homeless by 2031
While most of the nation is struggling to find affordable housing in the current crisis, older Australians are precariously at risk, but researchers have suggested reform of both social and alternative housing could be the answer.

NSW Police failing to respond in time to prevent domestic violence deaths

Just before midnight on Friday May 26, Tatiana Dokhotaru made a distress call to the NSW police, reporting an assault in her home. Whether an instance of domestic violence incident or a breaking-and-entering crime, the call should have been attended to immediately,...

‘Piece of paper’ fails to protect

Article published in The Telegraph, written by Lachlan Leeming.Domestic violence advocacy groups say the courts need to come down harder on people who breach AVOs, as the latest figures show breaches of the orders have increased by 40 per cent over the last...

The women proving old age isn’t a dreaded tragedy

Article published in The Age, written by Jewel Topsfield.Artist Mig Dann was 81 when she was awarded a PhD from the School of Art at RMIT University. Dann, who worked for David Bowie in Paris and New York in the 1970s, had been making sculptures for decades, but had...

A world without men

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…