Christmas Cheer!

Normally at this time of year the office is a hive of activity wrapping and distributing donations for our tenants.  But COVID-19 stopped everything… even Christmas. Never fear the elves at Women’s Housing Ltd were not to be stopped. Thanks to TWO VERY GENEROUS donations Christmas visited the children in our properties.  This week our wonderful staff hand delivered 170 $100 gift cards to all the children housed by Women’s Housing Ltd. To all a brilliant and safe Christmas!!

A Big Thank You to Broad Radio!

Broad Radio is a simple idea - radio for women, by women. "We believe in the power of connecting women with women"               Broad Radio Website Broad Radio was developed by Jo Stanley as a place for women to expand their world, have deeper conversations and listen to stories about inspirational women.  Broad Radio values kindness and loves a laugh but they also want to make a difference that is why they have chosen to support Women's Housing Ltd.  Not only is Broad Radio a great platform to advocate for women’s issues but they also aim to raise $50,000 this year to help Women's Housing Ltd provide more low cost housing for women at risk of homelessness. You can help too by visiting the Broad Radio website on https://broadradio.com.au/more-to-give/ and making a donation. A massive thank you to Jo Stanley and the team at Broad Radio.

Here’s What You Need to Know…

Important Statewide COVIDSafe summer restrictions effective from 11.59pm on 20 December 2020. Key points: Stay safe, no restrictions on reasons to leave the house or distance.  You must carry a face mask with you when you leave home Workplaces currently working from home can return for up to 25% of their workforce per site.  Standard workplace requirements including density limits continue to apply Face masks are mandatory on public transport, while in taxis or ride share vehicles, or when going to large retail venues, including shopping centres, supermarkets and department stores.  It is mandatory to carry masks at all times and strongly recommended to wear when unable to keep 1.5 metres distance from other people Up to 100 people may gather outdoors from any number of households Each day, a household can receive up to 30 visitors per day. Face masks and a record of visitors are advised Victorians who have recently visited or are currently in Greater Sydney and the Central Coast, other than those in the Northern Beaches area, will be given until 11:59 Monday 21 December to return home For more information click here. As restrictions ease it is more important than ever that we take steps every day to keep ourselves and others safe. Remember to wash hands regularly, practice respiratory hygiene, maintain social distance, if you have symptoms get tested and stay home and most importantly if you are unwell stay home.

Here’s What You Need to Know…

Important Statewide COVIDSafe summer restrictions effective from 11.59pm on 6 December 2020. Key points: Stay safe, no restrictions on reasons to leave the house or distance.  You must carry a face mask with you when you leave home Workplaces currently working from home can return for up to 25% of their workforce per site.  Standard workplace requirements including density limits continue to apply Face masks are mandatory on public transport, while in taxis or ride share vehicles, or when going to large retail venues, including shopping centres, supermarkets and department stores.  It is mandatory to carry masks at all times and strongly recommended to wear when unable to keep 1.5 metres distance from other people Up to 100 people may gather outdoors from any number of households Each day, a household can receive up to 30 visitors per day. Face masks and a record of visitors are advised For more information click here. As restrictions ease it is more important than ever that we take steps every day to keep ourselves and others safe. Remember to wash hands regularly, practice respiratory hygiene, maintain social distance, if you have symptoms get tested and stay home and most importantly if you are unwell stay home.

Big Thank You!

Judy Line, CEO Women's Housing Ltd and Dia, Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Thank you Commonwealth Bank of Australia for the generous donation and your continued support to Women's Housing Ltd.

Here’s What You Need to Know…

Important Statewide update to last step restrictions for Victoria effective from 11.59pm on 22 November 2020. Key points: Stay safe, no restrictions on reasons to leave the house or distance From 30 November 2020 workplaces currently working from home to return for up to 25% of their workforce per site.  Standard workplace requirements including density limits continue to apply Face masks are mandatory indoors including public transport, train stations, ride shares, hospitals, care facilities and shopping.  Face masks are not required outdoors except where physical distancing cannot be maintained.  It is mandatory to carry masks at all times Up to 50 people may gather outdoors from any number of households Each day, a household can receive up to 15 visitors per day, either together or separately. Face masks and a record of visitors are advised For more information click here. As restrictions ease it is more important than ever that we take steps every day to keep ourselves and others safe. Remember to wash hands regularly, practice respiratory hygiene, maintain social distance, if you have symptoms get tested and stay home and most importantly if you are unwell stay home.

Here’s What You Need to Know…

Important Statewide update to Third Step and further easing of restrictions for Victoria effective from 8 November 2020. Key points: Stay safe, no restrictions on reasons to leave the house or distance If you can work from home, you must continue to work from home Travel between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne permitted Face masks are mandatory, ensure you wear a face mask in public and in situations where you are unable to social distance. Face shields, bandanas and scarves are no longer sufficient. A face mask should cover the nose and mouth. Ten people may gather outdoors from any number of households Each day, a household can receive up to two different adult visitors per day, either together or separately Community spaces like libraries, RSLs, neighbourhood houses can open to limits on number of people Entertainment venues and accommodation will be able to open, including theatres, galleries, museums and music halls For more information click here. As restrictions ease it is more important than ever that we take steps every day to keep ourselves and others safe. Remember to wash hands regularly, wear a face mask, practice respiratory hygiene, maintain social distance, meet outdoors where possible, if you have symptoms get tested and stay home and most importantly if you are unwell stay home.

Here’s What You Need To Know…

Important update to Third Step and further easing of restrictions for Metropolitan Melbourne effective from 28 October 2020. Key points: Stay safe, no restrictions on reasons to leave the house, must stay within 25km from home If you can work from home, you must continue to work from home Face masks are mandatory, ensure you wear a face mask in public and in situations where you are unable to social distance. Face shields, bandanas and scarves are no longer sufficient. A face mask should cover the nose and mouth. No interstate travel unless for permitted purposes Ten people may gather outdoors from any number of households Two people from the same household can visit you at your home. You can only have one visit a day. It is recommended to wear a mask Stay within 25km of your home except for permitted reasons such as work or education if these cannot be done at home Allied health professionals resume routine face-to-face care Restaurants and cafes open for dine in with limits on indoor and outdoor seating Shopping and retail open including hairdressing, beauty and personal care services. Restrictions apply For more information click here. As restrictions ease it is more important than ever that we take steps every day to keep ourselves and others safe. Remember to wash hands regularly, wear a face mask, practice respiratory hygiene, maintain social distance, meet outdoors where possible, if you have symptoms get tested and stay home and most importantly if you are unwell stay home.

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