Urgent COVID-19 Appeal

Women’s Community Shelters HUB has been working around the clock supporting the seven shelters, 11+ transitional and meanwhile use properties, staff and the women and children seeking shelter.

Every night 100 women sleep safely because of the work that we do.

Walk beside us to build an Australia that is free of domestic and family violence and where respect for women is one of our core values.

 

Even a small amount will make a difference 

$5

Donate $5.00 Tag 5 Friends on Instagram and tag us: @womenscommunitysheltersau

$10

Buy a brick and support the creation of a new shelter, transitional property or meanwhile use house.

$35

Support our groundbreaking school program “Walk the Talk”.
Support one student or one hundred.  

$250

The children in our Shelters require their own caseworker.  Support them by supporting our Child Support Program for a day,  a week or a month.

$500

Support our job training and education scholarship program for women. From curriculum, travel and childcare your gift will ensure a woman has the opportunity to enter or re-enter the workforce.

$3000

The Women’s Community Shelters HUB is a leader in the Domestic Violence and Homelessness Sector. We invite monthly corporate investment to ensure that we can continue to innovate and deliver.

All donations are fully tax deductible and a receipt will be issued through our merchant, PayPal.  You do not need to have a paypal account to make a donation, simply select the credit card option.

OTHER PAYMENT METHODS:

By Bank Transfer
To make a bank transfer to WCS please contact Paige Thompson on officemanager@womenscommunityshelters.org.au or
call (02) 9539 6859 for account details in order to make a transfer.

By Cheque
Please post cheques made payable to ‘Women’s Community Shelters’ to:
Women’s Community Shelters
PO Box 3368
Redfern, NSW, 2016

If you have any queries about making a donation to WCS please call us on: (02) 9539 6859 or email officemanager@womenscommunityshelters.org.au 

Visit our Donations Page for regular giving options.

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