Welcoming Zahra Foundation Australia as an Associate Member of the Committee for Adelaide, as nominated by Credit Union SA.
Zahra Foundation Australia supports women and non-binary folk affected by domestic and family violence through education programs and financial counselling services. By facilitating pathways into further education, training, and employment, they empower their participants to break the cycle of abuse.
They are one of the leading non-government, not-for-profit services providing trauma and violence informed specialist financial counselling and recovery and healing programs for people recovering from family and domestic violence in South Australia. Their tailored programs and financial counselling services promote economic empowerment and support women and non-binary folk on the journey to recovery and financial independence.
Zahra Foundation Australia works to address the issue of gendered violence through its innovative programs, advocacy for change and community awareness. The Zahra Foundation develops its programs and services through a co-design process with survivor advocates and is a policy innovator in its mission to break the cycle of domestic abuse.
“The Zahra Foundation is thrilled to be part of the Committee of Adelaide. This is a great opportunity to connect with like-minded organisations that seek to make Adelaide a more equitable city. We look forward to working with the Committee of Adelaide and its members to advance the economic empowerment and opportunities for women recovering from family and domestic violence. We also look forward to partnering with member organisations to be changemakers in Adelaide and advocate for women’s safety, Amanda Martin, Partnerships and Events Lead, Zahra Foundation Australia.
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