The Inaugural Launch for the Women’s Resilience Centre


Held on Thursday, November 26, 2020

What Time?

07:30 PM AEDT - 09:00 PM AEDT



About the Launch

The Official Soft launch of the Women's Resilience Centre

Why attend: 

In Australia 1 in 4 suffers domestic abuse. One woman dies every 8 days in Australia due to domestic abuse. There is a huge gap in accommodation & support after 12 weeks in crisis care.  

Join online and be a part of the early supporters of the Inaugural launch of the Women's Resilience Centre. A place of hope and restoration for women and their children who have suffered domestic abuse. This centre is providing the much needed gap between crisis care and medium term accommodation, helping women and their families to move from just surviving to thriving. Helping solve that much needed support for safe housing. Providing also the support with quality evidence based programs and resilience life skills courses. 

Hear live from Patron Kerry Chikarovski and authentic stories of support. Be a part of the early supporters club to break the destructive cycle of family abuse in Australia. Live online silent auction items, timely for Christmas. Join in just over an hour on zoom to hear more and have the opportunity to contribute through some amazing gifts that can be purchased online.

Register via Browser for the silent auction 

Go to

Click on the 'Register' button
Follow the instructions to complete registration.

Register via SMS for the silent auction
Sms: wrc and your full name
To 0458 678 678
Example: wrc John Smith
Follow the registration link you are sent.

Where? The First Centre - Plans to replicate the model across Australia. Helping break the vicious cycle of domestic abuse. Building better communities of support.

Here is a picture of our first centre. This is an amazing property, all ready to operate, zoned for group housing. Our generous vendor has allowed us to pay for the property over a long period. In addition to the online charity launch and as part of our long range financing, we will be applying for government grants and looking to corporate and individual donors to help achieve our financial goals and roll out a national online program of powerful recovery and resilience  

To date we have partnered with some solid organisations & individuals to support our charter: UTS to assist us with a literature review of all psychological current recovery services; MC Saatchi Worldwide for our promotional support, Redback Connect for our online charity event, Gilbert & Tobin for our legal support and Rob Stokes the Minister of Planning NSW. 

Once we prove the model we plan to scale the concept Nationally, to help break this vicious cycle of domestic abuse that has crippling damaging consequences on the fabric of society.  

Our aim is to set up systematised and safe centres of support, focusing on long term sustainable recovery and mentoring/ buddying programs. 

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