If you are in danger call 000

Call Mary’s House Services on 1800 002 111

Call 24hr NSW Domestic Violence Line on 1800 65 64 63

Call Lifeline on 13 11 14

Violence against women takes a profound and long-term toll on women’s health and wellbeing, on families and communities, and on society as a whole.

Together, we can provide the crucial care that changes lives

Your efforts bring safety and renewal to victim survivors in need

There are many ways to raise funds and awareness for our work.

If you would like to run or host an event at your school, sports club, business network, workplace, home or in your community please contact Janine Wood at donations@maryshouse.org.au for all the information you will need.

You will be required to receive an authority to fundraise from us prior to promoting or hosting the event, this is a requirement of our registered charitable status.

Examples of how you can support our work:

  • Register for the annual Mary’s House Walk
  • Host an office morning tea, active event, dress up day, staff challenge, lunch& learn, intimate dining experience or information session
  • Register your regular or one-off donations to Mary’s House with your workplace giving program (so we can receive matched gifts)
  • Honour a loved one by inviting family and friends to be Mary’s House supporters
  • Celebrate your birthday or anniversary; by setting up a fundraising page
  • Donate a percentage of your sales to Mary’s House
  • Host an advocacy session
  • Sports challenge or physical activity outdoors

We’d love to hear from you – please call 02 8937 2094 and ask to speak to the Philanthropy Manager.

Education and advocacy support
Invite us to speak at your next event

Mary’s House Services receives less than 1% of government funding per annum, relying solely on the community for financial support.

With your help, we can empower women and their children to recover and rebuild their lives - and you will also be helping us to save lives.

Listen to the voices of clients from Mary’s House Services

The voices in this digital clip may upset some viewers – they are real. Domestic violence survivors recorded these thoughts some time ago – they were safe at the time and remain safe. Participation was managed in a trauma-sensitive way, with full permission for our use to tell their story.

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