Your organisation can play an important part by sponsoring and supporting one of many our activities, publications and projects, such as the printing of information booklets, running our education and training programs, improving our facilities such as helping to equip WIRE’s training room, and undertaking research and advocacy.
To find out more about sponsoring an aspect of WIRE’s work, please contact Julie Kun on (03) 9348 9416 (Option 8) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support—it will make a real difference to the lives of women and their families.
Our key funders
- Department of Human Services—Children, Youth and Families Division
- Office of Women’s Policy (Victorian Government)
Project funding, partnerships and sponsors (2013/14)
- Annmarie Farrell (Farrell Family Lawyers) for running pro bono legal clinics on property and
- City of Melbourne for funding the AMICA Women’s Lunch Club
- City of Melbourne for funding the update and printing of information booklet ‘Family Violence – What you can do for yourself and your family’
- Commonwealth Government Department of Social Services for funding the action research project ‘Financial Abuse in the Context of Family Violence Empowering and Informing Women’ and the research report ‘Relationships and money: women talk about financial abuse’
- Digger’s Club and LUSH for gifts to volunteers during National Volunteer Week
- Drills and Frills for providing monthly office maintenance and handywoman work
- Commonwealth Government Department of Social Services in conjunction with NEC Australia for providing new computers for Broadband for Seniors program
- Elizabeth Hall (Nevett Ford Lawyers) for running pro bono legal clinics on property and financial law
- Inner Melbourne Community Legal for running outreach family law legal clinics
- Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation for funding the update and printing of information booklet ‘Stalking’
- Nicholes Family Lawyers for sponsoring our information seminars (July 2013-June 2014) and running pro bono legal clinics on property and financial law
- State Library of Victoria for providing a Community ICT Skills Grant for ICT workshops
- ThoughtWorks staff for funding our asylum seeker computer classes
- Victoria Golf Club for funding our employment workshops for women
- Victoria Law Foundation for funding the development and printing of information booklet ‘Money problems with your partner? Dealing with financial abuse’
- YMCA Docklands and YMCA Open Doors for funding the Yoga and Women workshops.