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You can help women build economic security!

We know women need our services now more than ever.

Due to the impact of the devastating bush fire season and COVID-19, unemployment is at a record high of 7% in Australia. Between February and May of 2020, 482,000 women lost employment.

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You can make a difference

Unemployment and financial insecurity are strongly linked to homelessness and experiences of domestic violence.

Disadvantage comes in many forms, but experiences of hardship usually have isolation, fear, instability and lack of choice as common factors.

Women over 55 are the fasted growing cohort of people experiencing homelessness in Australia. Women’s under representation in the workforce is a crisis with long term negative economic and social impacts.

Your donation helps ensures our doors are open and no call for support goes unanswered.

Why support Fitted for Work?

For the past 15 years, Fitted for Work has helped women navigate disadvantage. We are committed to securing the future of Australian women so that they can flourish and contribute.

Our team of dedicated staff and volunteers are experts in helping women identify transferable skills, build resilience, and pivot their career goals. Every single client we work with receives the care and tailored support they deserve. 

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Thank You

''I thank Fitted for Work for tirelessly working with me on my job application and interviewing skills. I got a position! You have helped save a lot in my life including my house mortgage''

~ Ellen* a Fitted for Work client

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