Donor Partnerships


Since 2006, Kathy Kaplan OAM (Founder and President of Impact for Women) has been a champion of our cause providing significant financial support via grants to Safe Futures on behalf of clients. For 12 years, Impact have also supplied "Bags of Love" and "Household Goods" for women in celebration of Mother's Day and Christmas, and our children receive Easter eggs at Easter and receive toys to ensure there are gifts under the tree for them Christmas Morning.


Over the past 10 years, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation has provided Safe Futures with "Buddy Bags" to give to the children who enter this service.

"Buddy Bags" contain items such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush, pillowcase, face washer, PJs underwear and socks as well as a book, activity kit, photo frame and the all important teddy bear.


The staff of the Commonwealth Bank, Ringwood regularly donate funds to Safe Futures. This allows us to provide goods and programs for teenage boys who are often missed from other donors but still have the trauma of family violence.


Street Smart has been a long term support of Safe Futures and have provided us with grants that have allowed us to upgrade equipment for the service


A partnership with Legend Australia Holding Pty Ltd was created in August 2017. Since it began we have received three deliveries of doonas, quilt covers, pillows and sheet sets as the company responds to our need. The quality of the Manchester is outstanding and the stock represents a huge saving for us and is a reflection of their generosity and support for the clients experiencing family violence. Children in particular love to be able to set up their bedrooms and the new linen makes them happy as it is something they can call their own in their own private space.


The Maroondah City Council has provided grants for programs and give to our Christmas appeal each year.


Good 360 distribute donated goods to not for profit services, only charging the delivery fee. Safe Futures has sourced a range of items from Good 360 including household goods and gifts for women and children.

The 59 Club Australia provide financial and practical support through organising fundraising events throughout the year.

Waverly Patchworkers, Knitting for the Needy and Gracedale Nursing

Waverly Patchworkers, Knitting for the Needy and Gracedale Nursing provide beautiful handmade quilts, blankets and knitted clothing through out the year for our clients and their children.

A comprehensive list of our donors is available in our Annual Report


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Safe Steps
on 1800 015 188