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Make a Donation.

Your donation plays a critical role at the Hobart Women’s Shelter. It supports our service delivery and therapeutic programs and helps fund strategic projects such as building long-term homes. With your support, we are creating opportunities for women and children to lead independent and fulfilling lives.

All gifts over $2 are tax deductible.

Here are some examples of how your donation will help.

Our Programs.

Often the needs of the women and children go beyond our funding capacity. It is through generous donations we can offer a variety of therapeutic programs for women and children aimed at promoting wellbeing, enhancing self-esteem, confidence, and empowerment. Examples of programs include communal cooking and meals, mindfulness, sports, art, and pottery. We also offer after-school and school holiday activities such as social circus, art, reading, and homework support groups.

Herdsmans Cove. 

In April 2022, the Hobart Women’s Shelter purchased a block of land through community support and donations which will be the site for our first 2 permanent homes for women and children.

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There are many other ways you can help, learn more about how you can donate goods, money, or time by following the links below.

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Hobart Women's Shelter provides safe, emergency accommodation and support to women and children affected by family violence and/or those experiencing homelessness.

If you or someone you know needs emergency accommodation, please call us on 03 6273 8455 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

For immediate assistance, Housing Connect is available on 1800 800 588, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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