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Good Shepherd tackles the significant issues impacting women, girls and families.
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Help women, girls and families experiencing disadvantage in Australia stay safe and well.
Your contribution could help some of Australia’s most vulnerable women, girls and families to lead safer, happier, fuller lives.
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Every bequest helps women find a safe environment, pursue their goals and create long-term change in their lives and the lives of their family.
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We welcome support from volunteers in a range of areas helping us continue to run our programs and services.
29 April 2021
Our financial experts share 3 small, easy changes that might help reduce your power usage and put a few extra dollars in your pocket.
18 January 2021
Not for profit Good Shepherd has urged families in financial distress to consider government backed No Interest Loans, rather than adding to credit card debt or turning to pay day lenders and other sources of fast credit.
23 September 2020
Governments, the community and corporate Australia across the country must start rethinking their approaches to addressing family violence if they are serious about ending violence against women.
12 August 2020
The economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has created a new group of economically vulnerable people, with young people, recent migrants and women among those hardest hit.
20 July 2020
Commonwealth Bank is extending and expanding its support for people impacted by financial abuse, as a result of domestic and family violence, with the launch of Next Chapter; a new program that will see the bank bring a range of services, support, resources and research to the market.
14 February 2020
Leaders from Victoria’s most prominent faith-based and religious community service organisations have come together to urge the Federal Government not to implement the Religious Discrimination Bill as proposed.