Women’s Housing Ltd recognise that housing is only one part of the jigsaw in many tenants’ lives
Strong partnerships with support services is central to Women’s Housing Limited’s work practices. Partnerships can help to improve the sense of community and belonging for tenants.
Women’s Housing Ltd has a holistic approach to developing partnerships. Key areas of focus are personal support, local community, employment, training and development, education, health and financial management.
Our aim is to provide tenants with social, local and financial benefits, reducing those disadvantaged by low income, isolation, lack of education and poor health.
Community development has taken many forms. Rooming House residents have developed their own edible gardens, taken part in cooking classes, well-being sessions, photography classes etc. The activities are determined by the residents of each Rooming House.
Big Thank You!
Everyone needs to feel special this time of year and thanks to Slim Form our tenants can.
Do they know it’s Christmas time again…
With Christmas parties at our properties kicking off and staff eating Christmas chocolates while they work Women’s Housing Ltd would like to wish everyone a safe and merry Christmas
Berwick Art Program
Hannah worked with the tenants using an open studio approach. Tenants started a discussion, experimented with materials and used art find their voice.
Money for Jam Update
A guest speaker, Jo Konstandinou provided the women with marketing tips. Jo is a marketing professional with many years of experience.
The women shared their business ideas with Jo and were provided with individual tips on how they could tap into their target audiences.
Money For Jam
Please join us on 18 August 2018 at Makers Market in Richmond to support these women and pick up a little treasure for yourself!
What started out as a full van soon got emptied. Rebecca Aurient from ADRA assisted Jacqui to deliver the packs to our THM tenants.
Thank you ADRA for your continued and ongoing support!
“Start Small and Do It Well”
Prabin Guatam from VIS Network, a digital marketing consultancy, volunteered his time and expert knowledge to talk about marketing and how the women could use digital marketing to further their business ideas. Prabin encouraged all women to find their passion and belief in their ideas.
“Start small and do it well!”
The woman practiced their 30-second ‘elevator pitch’. The session was well attended and there was a buzz in the room.