Staff at Women's Housing Limited recently met with a representative from Open Canvas.
Open Canvas assists homeless and other socio-economically disadvantaged artists to market and sell their art at fair market value, earn an income and be professionally recognised and rewarded.
Open Canvas also facilitates mentoring, master classes and provision of art supplies.
Women's Housing Limited is excited to be involved with this project and recognise the incredible benefits to our tenants if they choose to participate.
If you have any questions about upcoming events, want to be involved or generally interested please contact:
M. 0468 688 339
Women's Money Wellness
Free Programs hosted by Firmer Foundations.
Firmer Foundations supports women on their journey towards a full, safe life with greater financial knowledge and independence.
Would you like to:
• take control of your financial future?
• become more confident with managing your money?
• learn about financial goal setting, debt management, budgeting, banking and saving?
For more information please download the program that suits you from the links below.
Money Focused Single Sessions for Women
Let's Talk About Money
Women's Money Wellness
Centre for Applied Policy in Positive Ageing (CAPPA)
Per Capita is co-designing a facility together with a group of women 50+ that will help women to strengthen their financial position and find ways to make additional income through micro-enterprise. CAPPA called the project Money For Jam after one woman, who is already helping herself, described her income generating activity as making the difference between only having butter on her toast or being able to afford jam.
Money For Jam passed a landmark a couple of weeks ago when CAPPA convened a co-design workshop with a group of women, some of which are clients of Women’s Housing Limited. The workshop follows on from thorough analysis of what women said to CAPPA during initial interviews, of what the gaps are in current services and what barriers they face.
Through these invaluable contributions by the women CAPPA are now close to defining what the Money For Jam facility will look like and how it will help women increase their financial and emotional wellbeing. Shortly they will be testing the facility before broader roll out will commence, hopefully by the end of the year.