We provide opportunities for people to connect with each other and their communities while making a difference. We address issues such as social inclusion while creating tangible outcomes that positively impact society and the environment.
In seven years, m.a.d.woman has been joined by around 7500 people to help more than 300,000 people facing social, physical, mental or financial disadvantage.
Our programs and projects support people experiencing a wide range of issues. These include women and children fleeing domestic violence, homeless youth and adults, asylum seekers, disabled and disadvantaged youth, long-term unemployed and people facing illness and more.
We’ve also helped create tens of thousands of meals for hungry and homeless and aided thousands and thousands of others including Black Saturday, Earthquake and flood survivors.
We provide care packs to people facing social disadvantage, financial constraints or lack of access. These may include clothing, personal items and other gifts.
We’ve collated just a snapshot of some of the groups of people we help below and will be adding more to this page – so check back again!
In the meantime, you can read some of our projects and programs here that relate specifically to: