Marninwarntikura Women's Resource Centre - Women · Building · Belonging
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Marninwarntikura is a centre of inspiration that provides women and their families a place for positive change and leadership. Strengthening capacity, empowering and building resilience of the wider community.

Donate to the organisation so we can continue to grow, realising aspirations and creating opportunities, for us all to work towards creating a Healthy Valley.

All donations over $ 2 are tax deductable.

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Support Marninwarntikura programs

Support Marninwarntikura programs

$100.00

Donate to support the organisation to grow ! Marninwarntikura is an innovative inspirational place that works hard to enable women and children in the Fitzroy Valley to create a life well lived. Donate to support the ongoing growth of the organisation and help us secure a positive sustainable future. Your donation will assist us to realise our a...


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Support Marninwarntikura programs - $5

Support Marninwarntikura programs - $5

$5.00

Donate to support the organisation to grow ! Marninwarntikura is an innovative inspirational place that works hard to enable women and children in the Fitzroy Valley to create a life well lived. Donate to support the ongoing growth of the organisation and help us secure a positive sustainable future. Your donation will assist us to realise our a...


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Support Healing initiatives - Nurturing Nights

Support Healing initiatives - Nurturing Nights

$30.00

Marninwarntikura provides opportunities for women to nurture themselves and strengthen connections with each other, enabling them to take the opportunity for a bit of respite and to support each other while learning to heal. Your donation will be used to create pamper packs to be distributed at nurture nights, when engaging with services or used...


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Support an Early Education Project

Support an Early Education Project

$50.00

Make a donation to support an Early Education project. We know the importance of providing the best possible early learning environments and pride ourselves on having high expectations. We are currently working on a number of projects developing cultural and language resources that inform our educational programs, taking families on country, cre...


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Support the building of  therapeutic spaces

Support the building of therapeutic spaces

$75.00

We are working to create calm, healing and safe therapeutic spaces around all areas of the organisation including the Early Childhood Learning Unit, Child and Parent Centre (Baya Gawiy), Family Violence Prevention and Legal Unit, Marulu Unit- Making FASD History, The Shelter, Marnin Support (main office), Marnin Studio and the healing gardens. W...


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Support an Arts project

Support an Arts project

$100.00

Your donation will provide arts materials and support for a local artist. We recognise the healing power of art and how unique skills can be harnessed to empower women. From therapeutic art projects great initiatives can grow , such as the Design within Country, Boab Nut project and other possibilities we create along the way.


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Support the Marulu Marurra_U partnership

Support the Marulu Marurra_U partnership

$200.00

We have partnered with a not for profit organisation in Manly, Royal Far West, to provide comprehensive wrap-around supports for families addressing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and complex trauma. This unique partnership seeks to grow our understandings and strengthen our capacity across the organisation to understand and respond to t...


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Support the redesign of the Women's Shelter

Support the redesign of the Women's Shelter

$300.00

We have an ambitious plan to re design the Women's Shelter to create a nurturing space that supports women and children in their healing journey. This space will be transformed to be much more than a refuge and become a place of healing,nurturing and care. Moving beyond crisis accommodation to a supportive space that integrates trauma informed p...


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