Amount Raised (2014 - 2019)
Impact Donations Made
McAuley Community Services for Women received funds for their Big Impact project which enabled them to develop a significantly improved, more sustainable housing and skills development program for women escaping family violence.
McAuley Community Services for Women
Kids Off The Kerb established the New Horizons Work Ready Program with our grant, linking at-risk and unemployed young people from the western suburbs with various social enterprises such as recycling of white goods and e-waste.
Kids Off The Kerb
SHARC (Self Help Addiction Resource Centre) received funds to assist with extending their Oxford Houses program to young people, providing drug-free housing that encourages independence, co-operation and mutual help and based on a peer-supported framework.
Self Help Addiction Resources Centre
Banksia Gardens Community Services used their grant to develop after-school study groups for disadvantaged young people in the Banksia Gardens Public Housing Estate, the Broadmeadows area, and suburbs across Hume.
Banksia Gardens Community
SisterWorks used Impact100 Melbourne funding to support refugee and migrant women to achieve financial independence through entrepreneurial training through their “Work, Design, and Business Labs”.
River Nile Learning Centre
The River Nile Learning Centre used their impact grant to employ their first paid staff member. They’re now a registered school, developing essential English language, literacy, numeracy, life and work skills for young refugee and asylum seeker women .