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How will my contribution help?

You can help us to provide life changing legal and tenancy support to some of the most vulnerable people and families in our community.

Your donation will go towards critical programs and services that:

  • Help women and children experiencing family violence to feel safe and supported.
  • Help people experiencing financial hardship to keep a roof over their heads.
  • Help break the cycle of disadvantage for some of the most vulnerable families in our community by providing access to free legal and tenancy support when they need it most.
  • Help the voices of rural and regional Victorians be heard by politicians and policy makers, standing up for human rights, equality and justice in our communities.


To make a tax-deductible donation today, please complete the online form below.

To learn more about the impact that ARC Justice is making in the community with your support, check out our most recent Annual Report or visit the Our Impact section of our website.

Donations of $2.00 or more are tax-deductible. Donations support ARC Justice programs and service including, but not limited to, the ones described above.

Scroll down to learn more about our current fundraising campaigns and how you can help.

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Fundraising Campaigns

Help us assist vulnerable families in Central Victoria by donating to our Client Support Fund
Kylie’s Story

*Client’s name changed to protect their privacy 

Kylie* is a family violence survivor and single mum of three primary school aged kids living in Central Victoria. After escaping her violent ex-partner, Kylie and her kids found themselves homeless and couch-surfing for several months. Since the COVID-19 crisis began, Kylie has also struggled to make ends meet, relying on payments from Services Australia (Centrelink) to get by and support her three kids. Kylie reached out to our Housing Justice team when she found a rental property to live in, but could not afford to purchase basic furniture items or essential whitegoods for her new home. Kylie was also feeling anxious about not being able to buy school uniforms for her kids to attend their new school. 

Drawing on our Client Support Fund, Housing Justice was able to purchase a secondhand washing machine for Kylie and school uniforms for her kids, so they could begin the new school term with confidence. Kylie wrote to us to explain what this support meant to her.

“Thank you again for your help and support, especially with the washing machine which I desperately needed and had no way or money to get one, and for for your help with schooling costs.”


Help us reach out fundraising target of $5000 for our Client Support Fund

As we reach the end of the Financial Year, we are calling for help from our community to raise $5000 dollars for our Client Support Fund to assist clients like Kylie*.

Vulnerable people experiencing housing insecurity, including women and children fleeing family violence, often reach out to Housing Justice for support when they can’t afford to buy or repair essential household items like a fridge or washing machine. 

Housing Justice does not receive any “brokerage funding” to help clients purchase essential goods, so we rely on generous donations from our community to build up a Client Support Fund.

As one of our dedicated Housing Advocates explained:

“As an organisation that works with people who are experiencing disadvantage, it can be heartbreaking when we cannot access funds to help our clients with essential needs. Even small donations from members of the community can be life changing for our clients, helping them to purchase the essential items they need, like a fridge or washing machine, that most of us take for granted. Our clients rely on this support.”  
Donations to our Client Support Fund can be made by filling in the form on this page and writing “Client Support Fund” in the comments section.
Donations over $2.00 are tax deductible.