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Help us support women

Women in recovery from homelessness and trauma or family violence are at risk of poorer health and wellbeing outcomes and require specialised support. There is a gap in the health sector that is leaving these women unsupported. But we’re here to help. 

Homelessness is a lack of one or more of the elements that represent ‘home’ – including, a sense of security, stability, privacy, safety, and the ability to control living space. 

The women we support are contending with complex challenges, including experiences of mental ill-health, trauma, family and domestic violence, abuse and substance dependency. 

Your tax-deductible donation will help us:

  • Provide safe housing across Sydney. 
  • Remove barriers to mental health support and therapy for women in recovery from homelessness. 
  • Give women the best possible chance of exiting homelessness, maintaining stable housing and managing their mental wellbeing. 
  • Bring about healing, recovery, self-confidence, wellbeing, meaning, and social inclusion for women recovering from homelessness.

How to give:

  • Use your credit card or PayPal account to donate through the PayPal Giving Fund (there are no fees are charges)
  • Use your credit card to donate through the GiveNow form below (a 3.25% platform fee applies)

We are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). We also have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status.

$30 will give a woman the basics she needs in emergency

$150 will give one night’s safe accommodation to a woman in crisis.

$70 will give a woman essential groceries for a week.

$300 will give a woman the basic essentials she needs to set up her new home. 

$100 will give a clinical psychology session to a woman recovering from trauma.

$1,000 helps a woman establish a safe new home, including furniture.

We can't support women without your help

Our support of the Voice to Parliament


We're supporting the “Yes” campaign on the Voice to Parliament referendum. We made this decision based on the support of national Aboriginal leaders, including Megan Davis and Tom Calma, as well as local support from the NSW Aboriginal Land Council.


We support a change to the Constitution, in line with the Uluru Statement from the Heart, to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples recognition, representation and a say about the policies that affect them. The Voice to Parliament is a step towards improving quality of life for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by fostering more effective, informed, and just policies.


As a women’s homelessness service, our mission is to improve housing and health outcomes and we are especially hopeful about the Voice’s potential for closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women experiencing homelessness on the lands on which we live and work.


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