Zonta House Refuge Association Community Appeal

Donate items to Zonta House Refuge Association

Sadly, one of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic has been an increase in reported incidents of family and domestic violence. In response to this, the City is holding a community appeal for donations of essential items including new clothing, toiletries, personal items and cleaning products to help support women accessing Zonta House Refuge Association. 

Zonta House Refuge Association is a specialist service that provides supported accommodation, essential relief and education to women who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing family and domestic violence. 

All items must be new and toiletries must be full sized. Want to help? Donate today!

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ClothingToiletries/Personal ItemsCleaning Products

Spray and Wipe/Window/Toilet Cleaner

Women's SocksConditionerCleaning cloths/brushes/sponges
Women's UnderwearShower Gel/Body WashDishwashing Liquid/Washing Powder
 Shower Loofahs/SpongesPegs
 Facewash Clothes/SpongesDust Pan and Brush/Buckets
 Hair DyeBin Liners
 Hair Brushes/Ties/CombsRubber Gloves

Drop your donations into the marked boxes between Monday, 20 September and Sunday, 3 October 2021 at one of these locations:

  • Willagee IGA – 70 Archibald Street, Willagee
  • Civic Square Library – 10 Almondbury Road, Booragoon
  • Stockland Bull Creek Shopping Centre – South Street and Benningfield Road, Bull Creek
  • Hawaiian’s Melville – 380 Canning Hwy, Bicton

Domestic and family violence happens when one person in a relationship hurts another or makes them feel unsafe, and is a repeated pattern of behaviour.  It can happen in any kind of relationship - not just with husbands and wives or boyfriends and girlfriends (intimate partners). Abuse doesn't have to involve hurt to your body, or physical violence, to be domestic or family violence.

Visit www.1800respect.org.au to talk to someone through online chat or call 1800 737 732 if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic or family violence. 

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