About 9 Supporters and partners

Our supporters

We wouldn’t be able to go the extra mile without our generous supporters. Thank you for helping us to change lives.

  • NSW Department of Communities and Justice
  • City of Sydney Council
  • Clubs NSW
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Dykes on Bikes
  • Generous and Grateful
  • Inner West Council
  • Perpetual Impact Philanthropy
  • Private donors
  • Randwick City Council
  • Streetsmart
  • Westpac
  • Ashfield Catholic Club
  • Ashfield RSL
  • City of Sydney Bowlers Club 
  • City of Sydney RSL
  • City Tattersalls Club
  • Clubs NSW
  • Coogee Randwick RSL
  • Dykes on Bikes
  • Generous and Grateful
  • Inner West Council
  • Maroubra Seals Club
  • OPRAH Sydney
  • Perpetual Impact Philanthropy
  • Petersham RSL
  • Randwick Labour Club
  • Randwick City Council
  • South Sydney Juniors
  • Streetsmart
  • Scentre Group
  • Westfield
  • Westpac Bank

Our partners

St Vincent’s Mental Health Service

We’ve been working in partnership with St Vincent’s Mental Health Service (SVMHS) since 2005 to provide recovery-focused services and to ensure that women experiencing homelessness receive access to quality mental health treatment, support and housing. We collaborate with SVMHS to assist women throughout their transition from homelessness to independent living with appropriate support at each stage of recovery.

St George Community Housing

We partner with St George Community Housing to access properties in Annandale, Camperdown, Chippendale, Darlinghurst, Glebe, Kensington, Randwick, Potts Point and Surry Hills. Through these properties, we can accommodate and support tenants for 3 to 12 months while tenants are supported to secure longer-term accommodation.

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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