Help us end domestic and family violence
Domestic and family violence affects more than 3.6 million Australians every year with one woman a week on average dying from domestic and family violence.
It is a silent and deadly pandemic that affects us all, tragically claiming the lives of many people, mainly women, destroying families and communities and costing the economy $21.6 billion each year. That’s money that could be used to build facilities, provide opportunities, and support health and education services.
Every dollar you donate goes towards preventing domestic and family violence, funding initiatives that make an impact, such as:
- building more partnerships between businesses and frontline services, such as women’s refuges, particularly in regional and rural areas
- developing new domestic and family violence prevention programs to meet the needs of our diverse communities and workplaces
- providing domestic and family violence awareness training to small businesses and charities
- enabling professional development for First Nations refuge workers
- funding secretariat support for critical peak domestic and family violence bodies.
Domestic and family violence does not discriminate. It impacts people of all ages, all cultures, and all demographics. It is one of the most serious and widespread problems in our society and it needs to stop.
This is why we will not stop working to bring domestic and family violence into the daylight to end this crisis in our communities.
Domestic and family violence is entirely preventable - with your help, we can end domestic and family violence once and for all.