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Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre

At the heart of Sydney’s grassroots response to supporting women transitioning from prison stands the Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC). This leading trauma-informed service provides crisis support, accommodation, and wrap-around support to some of Sydney’s most vulnerable women and their children. In addition to providing immediate aid, WAGEC confronts broader issues such as domestic violence, homelessness and gender inequality, with the goal of securing safe futures for women and their families. 

Through our partnership, WAGEC has launched the FROM NOW program. FROM NOW is a new approach to supporting women exiting prison, with special support for pregnant women or those with children, guiding them towards safety and stability. We value our collaboration with WAGEC and encourage you to explore their powerful work by visiting their website.

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ReLove understands the profound difference between providing shelter and furnishing a home where families can thrive and heal. ReLove’s goal is to help vulnerable women leaving crisis accommodation to establish a long-term home, ensuring that women, especially First Nations, refugees, and new migrants, along with their children, receive the dignified support they deserve.

Our collaboration with ReLove resonates deeply with the Judith Neilson Foundation’s commitment to empower vulnerable women and their families – especially those grappling with homelessness, domestic violence, and the ripple effects of the criminal justice system. Explore the incredible journey of ReLove by visiting their website.

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Two Good Co.

Through the creation of beautiful, high-quality food and products, Two Good Co. support, empower and employ women with lived experience of domestic violence and homelessness, hiring the women from the shelters they donate to and empowering them to re-establish their self-belief and independence.

Our partnership with Two Good Co. helps to support women and girls who are experiencing intersecting disadvantage to be safe, thrive and contribute to a just and prosperous society. We invite you to learn more about their incredible work by visiting their website.

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