Give to join the Sydney Women's Fund Giving Circle
Join the Sydney Women’s Fund Giving Circle to improve the lives of women and girls in our city.
Give regularly to the Sydney Women’s Fund Giving Circle and you’ll be part of a group of likeminded donors who are passionate about empowering every woman and girl in Sydney.
Across Sydney, there are countless women and children living in precarious situations or poverty. But you can help.
By making a monthly donation or a one-off gift, you can help fund innovative and life-changing programs to improve women’s lives. By working together, we can create real change.
By pooling donations, you’ll maximise your impact
With a group of likeminded women, passionate about gender equality.
About critical issues facing women and girls in Sydney.
Life-changing programs delivered by dedicated community champions.
Women and girls in our city to reach their full potential.
By working together, we can create real change.
Catherine Fox AM, Sydney Women’s Fund Advisory Council Member
We’re dedicated to empowering women and girls, funding proven programs to improve access to education or employment, reduce domestic violence, and enable financial independence.
Our Giving Circle is a funding lifeline for these programs, which are in urgent need of financial support.
Without your support, we wouldn't be where we are today.
Pat Hall OAM, CEO of Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections.
A Hope + Heal weekend retreat location
Sydney Women’s Fund supports Hope + Heal Retreats, a non-profit organisation that provides rehabilitative weekend retreats for domestic violence survivors.
Retreat attendee Kate* wrote to Sydney Women's Fund to explain that the women she met there had become an invaluable source of strength.
“I just want to say thank you, you saved my life."
Kate, Hope + Heal retreat client
Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections (LNC) supports some of the most disadvantaged and culturally diverse families in NSW. It offers groups for youth and women, & seven social enterprises that employ local women, many of whom are third-generation unemployed or speak a language other than English at home.
“Taking part visibly changes a woman's life,
and her whole family's life too."
Pat Hall OAM, CEO at LNC
The Rising Collective Boutique at LNC