Media Release: Darwin program for women in prison earns national award
YWCA Australia’s Women of Worth program for women involved in the justice system in Darwin, won the Federal Government’s Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Gold Community Award in Canberra today.
2019 YWCA Australia Annual Report – now available!
We’re so excited to share the achievements of the past twelve months through the publication of the 2019 YWCA Australia Annual Report! It has been one full year since the historic amalgamation of eight member associations into one national YWCA with two member affiliates – and what a year it has been!
A celebration of women’s suffrage in SA – by, featuring and for young women!
Join us for ‘Hard Won But Not Done’, a celebration of 125 Years of Women’s Suffrage in South Australia. This event is by young women, featuring young women, for young women!
‘Lost Children’, a Breaking the Cycle of homelessness fundraiser
There’s lots of other ways you can get involved and fundraise to support women experiencing homelessness – as demonstrated by artist Sonja Plitt. As a talented sculptor, Sonja decided to hold an art exhibition of all her sculptures, with sales of her artwork going towards YWCA programs addressing older women’s homelessness.
What happened when my husband asked for parental leave
But it also made me feel an overwhelming sense of sadness. Not for him, but for all the dads who miss out on those early years. This is a very special time, a time when bonding with your baby moulds you into the parent you will become.
Offer: ACOSS & YWCA Young Women’s Bursary Package
The ACOSS & YWCA Young Women’s Bursary Package is offering 25 complimentary registrations to the 2019 ACOSS National Conference to YWCA young woman advocates