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You can make a difference and improve the lives of working women.

Support the empowerment of working women through a donation or volunteering at the Working Women’s Centre SA, where every contribution makes a meaningful difference.

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Make a bequest

Leave a legacy of support for vulnerable women in South Australia

Making a bequest allows you to make a tangible and lasting gift to a cause you believe in. By leaving a gift to the Working Women’s Centre in your Will, you can help us to continue our work towards a future where women are free of gender-based violence, inequality and discrimination. You will help women of all ages to lead systemic change for a better world. Gifts to the Working Women’s Centre help us to operate and continue our important work sustainably in times of crisis.  

Movements for workers’ rights and women’s liberation have a rich history of standing up for what’s right. Our work spans many generations. Making a bequest to Working Women’s Centre SA is a powerful way to express your feminist values in your Will, and to pass on your vision for a better world to others.  

What is a bequest?

*a bequest is a legal gift of personal property, such as money or personal items of value, that are given by will after a person has passed away. 

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Our impact


Recovered in stolen wages, compensation, penalties and lost income for working women and vulnerable workers (2019/2020 FY)


Vulnerable workers provided with advice in relation to their workplace rights (2019/2020 FY)


Vulnerable workers represented in Commissions and Tribunals

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