Help needed to run Camden’s new women’s domestic violence shelter

“Camden’s new women’s refuge needs your help.

Residents, local businesses and community organisations are invited to attend an  information forum to find out how they can lend a helping hand in establishing Camden’s first domestic violence shelter.

The forum, run by Women’s Community Shelters (WCS) in partnership with Camden Council and the Camden-Wollondilly Domestic Violence Committee, will be held on Wednesday, March 20 from 7pm at the Camden Civic Centre.”

Please click here to read more from the Wollondilly Advertiser. For any updates on the forum event, see the event page on the Women’s Community Shelters Facebook page.

Twilight Aged Care and Link Housing will join founding partners, Women’s Community Shelters, PAYCE Foundation and Bridge Housing as part of their newly created Pathways Home model.

The Hub is not funded by government. In this webinar, WCS CEO Annabelle Daniel OAM talks through the 2020 Annual Report with WCS Education Officer, Dannielle Miller.

Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC, 39th Governor of New South Wales highlights the work of Women’s Community Shelters, and the critical response for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence during the current COVID-19 pandemic.