A holistic approach to recovery that supports girls who have experienced sexual exploitation, physical, domestic or sexual abuse.
Employing women experiencing both homelessness and significant social barriers.
Helping young newly arrived young women at Bendigo Kangan Institute.
Helping support women with disabilities to better understand, discuss and recognise economic abuse.
An initiative in Dandenong that will provide women training, employment and support.
Enhancing women who are financially excluded business skills and increase their capacity to earn a steady income.
Evaluate the effectiveness of young mothers intervention model and opportunities for further expansion in Australia.
Assisting women living with a chronic illness to build their confidence in seeking employment.
Supporting women by looking at what’s not working for them financially and how best to address it.
Assisting women who are unemployed with a range of personalised job workshops and training sessions.
Supporting young mothers and their babies to come home from hospital to a richly supportive environment with live-in carers.
A mentoring and leadership program for young women, helping them to engage with their local community.
A volunteer and training program for women in prisons.
Helping families struggling with financial hardship, mental health problems, drug or alcohol abuse, social isolation or special needs.
A bilingual literacy project that provides new mothers from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
Educating sufferers, service providers, medical professionals and community groups on the impacts of living with ME/CFS.
Teaching young women and gender non-conforming young people media and broadcasting skills.
Extending the number and diversity of women who can access and benefit from support in financial literacy.
Supporting women to use their existing cooking skills to create an income stream.
Providing rent assistance to people seeking asylum, currently supporting 48 women and 30 girls.
Supporting migrant and refugee women to find pathways to financial stability.
A two day workshop focussing pressing issues in relation to gender equity in Australia.
Assisting young mothers to re-engage with education and strengthen their community networks.
Scoping the educational and vocational supports available to women with disabilities in the Wodonga region.
A free online webinar aimed at Victorian breastfeeding mothers and caregivers.
Would you like to make lasting impact in the community? Are you passionate about strategic, gender-wise philanthropy?
Establishing a Sub-Fund within the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust is a practical and lasting way for you to strategically invest in advancing opportunities or reducing barriers for women and girls in Victoria without any administrative burden.