2013-2014 ACT Womens Grant Recipients

Southside Community Services Inc.
Around the Melting Pot: The project will weekly gatherings bringing together women and girls from a different cultural backgrounds to cook; share recipes, stories, cultural information, provide support to each other and to participate other activities.
Mon Woman Association
Mon Women helping Mon Mothers and Children: The project aims to support the well-being of Mon women, mothers and their families in Canberra.
Care & Share Working Wonders (WOW) Program: This project seeks to enhance the economic independence of disadvantaged women by assisting them to become more competitive in the job market.
Women’s Services Network (WESNET)
Technology Safety Training: The project aims to increase the privacy, safety and health of women and girls experiencing all forms of gender-based violence by training service providers and other professionals in the ACT on technology safety issues.
Basketball ACT
Female Sports Officials Academy: This project will provide an academy type program over a weekend that will both enhance the female officials and attendee’s knowledge and abilities and also provide networking and mentoring opportunities.
Women's Centre for Health Matters
Gender and the safe use of Public space in the ACT: This project will extend and complement the Women's Safety Assessment project that was funded through the Audrey Fagan Community Grants Program over 2013-14 by creating a digital landscape which will allow Canberrans to map out the routes that they take across the City.
Sexual Health Family Planning ACT Inc.
Menopause for women with intellectual disability information and education resource:This project aims to increase access for women with intellectual disabilities to information tailored to their communication and literacy needs about what menopause is, how it might be experienced by individual women and when and where to seek help.
Women's Centre for Health Matters
Transforming domestic violence support in the ACT: improving accessibility for same-sex-attracted, trans*, intersex and gender diverse clients : This project will bring together ACT domestic violence service providers, organisations that work with same-sex attracted, trans*, intersex, and gender diverse communities, individuals from those communities who have experienced domestic violence, and other stakeholders, with the aim of improving the accessibility of domestic violence services for these groups.