Help us inspire and empower vulnerable women to transform their lives. One Step At A Time.
Why Get Involved
More women than ever are experiencing disadvantage — from living in poverty, experiencing domestic or family violence, un(der)-employment and experiencing a mental health issue (Liptember Report 2022). Women in the Frankston / Mornington Peninsula / Kingston region are doing it particularly tough (Victorian Women’s Health Atlas).
While accessible fitness, health and wellbeing activities are critical in supporting recovery, the Women’s Spirit Project (WSP) is the only organisation in the state offering programs of this nature.
The WSP is experiencing exponential growth in demand. Due to the ever increasing number of applicants coupled with our limited capacity, we are currently not able to offer placements to all applicants. Our waitlist continues to grow.
Be Part of Something Big
Help Vulnerable women transform their Lives.
Support our vision to raise $1million to make our programs widely accessible to local women on a recovery journey.
Supporting the Women’s Spirit Project presents an exciting opportunity to put your values and beliefs into practice. Your support will help raise awareness and meet the exponential growth in demand for our programs.
Support a specific purpose
Come on board as a strategic partner for 3 years and support us to deliver our 3 year strategy.
Fund One Spirit of Transformation Program per annum for 45 women in a community of need $100,000
Operational Support Help fund our operational overheads associated with employing admin & project management staff. $30,000
Fund Annual Impact and Evaluation Activities
Support us to collect data, continuously improve and advocate. $30,000
Frank to Schanck Walk Sponsor Support our annual pinnacle event by sponsoring disadvantaged women to achieve a life goal. $10,000
Sponsor Team Teal Kit Sponsor branded hoodies and T-shirts for participants, mentors and volunteers of the ‘Spirit of Transformation’ (SOT) program. $5,000
Sponsor One Women in the 13 Week SOT program. $2,500
Sponsor One Woman in the Frankston to Cape Schanck Walk (incl. accommodation) $500
Sponsor Walking Gear Provide a pair of boots and other walking essentials $300
in kind sponsor
Promote our events
Use your social media and mailing lists to share our vision
Donate Prizes for events
We always gratefully accept prizes for our events and programs to acknowledge the efforts of our participants
Join the Women’s Spirit Project ‘Team Teal’ and offer your pro bono expertise, skills and time
Join the ‘Spirit of Transformation’ as a program mentor
Corporate & Individually Tailored Packages are available upon request.
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
- Make a tangible difference
- Deliver on your Community Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy
- Positive brand visibility & integrity
- Boost staff morale and engagement
HOW YOU CAN INSPIRE, EMPOWER & TRANSFORM LIVES
By aligning your brand with the Women’s Sprit Project you’re taking a proactive step in empowering vulnerable women to transform their lives. You will be creating opportunities for team building and making your employees proud to be a part of your organisation.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
There are many ways to get involved:
Help us continue to inspire and empower disadvantaged women to transform their lives
The Motivation Project trading as The Women’s Spirit Project is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not For Profits Commission (ACNC) and has Deductible Gift status. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
What Those In The Project have To Say
“In moments of achievement and struggle, adventures reveal what we are made of, what we are capable of, supporting us to grow in confidence and resilience; strengthening the mind, body and soul enough for us to back ourselves long after the adventure finishes.”
“The Spirit of Transformation Program has been amazing. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done.”
“The Women’s Spirit Project has restored me. The way the program is so comprehensively compiled, with not a detail skimmed over is the most amazing experience any person could hope to be part of. The warmth, strength and fragility of every participant seemed to be celebrated.”