Support Our Women

Advocate for funding for WCCSA

WCCSA has not received any operational funding from either the State or Federal Government since July 2015. Despite this the service given to  the community has not only continued but expanded. Please advocate for our funding in any way you can in your influential circles.

Donate directly to our Bank Account

Donations of any size can be made here.
Thank you for your generosity.

Sponsor a Program

We run about 60 hours of programs each week over the term. Some are one hour/week programs and others longer. You could choose a particular program that you would prefer to sponsor, or leave it to us, to organise that for you. You may choose to sponsor a course for a term or for a whole year. A one hour program over a term would cost $600 and two hours would cost $1200. These programs would benefit up to 20 women a session. Please call 83626571 for further details.

Other ways you can help.

*All women can take up Membership or Business membership and receive promotion through our social media sites and website
*Support our regular fundraisers by attending or providing raffle prizes
*Become our partner/mentor in our journey to become sustainable
*Share your time and expertise to support our women by volunteering
*Hire our rooms/kitchen for your next function
*Make a monetary/materials/equipment/service donation

Benefits for you

All sponsorships and donations are tax deductable and will receive acknowledgement through our;
*Facebook page, that has almost 1300 likes and reaches 2000 people weekly.
*Twitter
*The Centre’s website
*Public Media-on Radio Adelaide Community Programs
*Monthly newsletter which is sent to our 800 members and other agencies
*Daily activities notice board outside our centre facing traffic on Nelson St, Stepney.
Thank you for your support. Let’s preserve this service for our daughters, their daughters and their families

6 Comments

Add yours →

  1. Please reinstate funding for the Womens community centre

  2. Please reinstate funding

  3. Dr Joseph Masika OAM

    July 15, 2015 — 12:43 am

    The SA Government should reinstate funding. The Women Community Centre plays a vital Role in our community. The state can not achieve Gender Equality while the funding for empowering women is slashed. Please reinstate funding

  4. Dr Masika I agree 100%! How are we to achieve a sense of belonging for new immigrants, a safe place for women experiencing domestic violence and a sense of achievement and connection for new mums unless we embrace the notion of women only centre and keep the first and the last alive.

    As a White Ribbon advocate and DV Survivor I speak first hand of the role women only community centres were my first point of call and essential in my journey to rising above the DV adversity to become all I could be! Now I am bring this message to others.

  5. Dr Masika I agree 100%! How are we to achieve a sense of belonging for new immigrants, a safe place for women experiencing domestic violence and a sense of achievement and connection for new mums and those who feel isolated and disconnected unless we embrace the notion of women only centres and keep the first and last alive.

    As a White Ribbon Project Officer in DPTI, Founder of DV SnapShots and a DV Survivor I speak first hand of the role women only community centres played in my journey particularly as my first point of call which led to my immersion into ‘WIN’ my first DV Action Group 25 years ago. A Women’s Centre was key is in my journey to rising above the DV adversity to become all I could be! Now I am bringing this message to others with the Women’s Community Centre as pivitol point in this.

    Be bold and please support for the sake of our next generation of daughters!

  6. Please reinstate funding. We need a place like this for women to feel welcomed, safe and respected.

Leave a Reply