WHO ARE WE FUNDRAISING FOR?
Profits raised from Dangerous Females fundraising activities will be donated to Australian services that prevent and support women who are victims of abuse, assault and domestic violence. These services provide a range of support to our communities from women’s shelters, advocacy, domestic violence counselling and community education, emergency safety planning and re-homing from violence situations.
Dangerous Females selects Australia services every six months, with 100% of profits raised being donated to these services. We have written authority to fundraise for our past and current fund recipients. From July – December 2019 profits will be donated to the following service -
Waratah – South Australia
Waratah provides free, specialised and therapeutic intervention, counselling and support services for people who have experienced sexual assault and/or sexual abuse and/or family domestic violence.
Waratah Counsellors provide Trauma Informed Therapeutic Interventions for Adults and Children
Counselling and Support
Crisis Intervention for Recent Sexual Assault
Workshops for Parents and Carers
DBT Therapeutic Support Groups
Community Education and Development
Training for Professionals
Clinical Supervision for Professionals Working with Clients who are Victims of Abuse and Violence
Waratah provides services in the South West Region with safe sites in Bunbury, Busselton and Collie as well as Outreach Services.
Previous Fundraising Recipients
In our first year of fundraising - June 2018 – June 2019 - Dangerous Females raised a total of $52 047 that was sent directly to the following services:
From January – June 2019 funds were raised for Georgina Martina Inc. - Victoria and Ruby Gaea in the Northern Territory. Georgina Martina Inc. operates a state-wide family violence support and accommodation service via two high security refuges - Georgina and Martina. Ruby Gaea is the sole non-government provider of specialist post-initial trauma sexual assault counselling, education and training service in the Northern Territory. They provide free & confidential counselling for women and children who have been affected by sexual violence.
From July to December 2018 funds were raised for DVConnect Womensline in Queensland and Dawn House in Darwin. DV Connect is a state wide telephone services for domestic and family violence 24 hours a day. They provide practical assistance for women and their children who are in danger from a violent partner or family member. Dawn House provides services to women and children escaping violence, including a women's shelter, counselling and domestic violence prevention community education.