Media Release: Bendigo women to get footing on the housing ladder
Bendigo women and their children who have experienced family violence or are at risk of homelessness will have access to safe and affordable housing with a new $2.2 million project being developed by YWCA National Housing.
Apply Now: YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Board
Are you passionate about women’s housing? Are you looking to contribute to the YWCA movement and vision of a world […]
One Year Anniversary of our Lakehouse pop-up!
Women over 50 are the fastest growing group of people experiencing housing instability in Australia – often as a result […]
YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Board Changes
We would like to announce some recent changes to roles on the YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Boards. As […]
Thank you Caroline, former YWCA National Housing and YWCA Housing Board Director
We thank former director, Caroline Treacy, who has recently made the decision to step down from the YWCA Housing and […]