1 in 4
women and children are impacted by Domestic and Family Violence in Australia

women and children can escape Domestic Violence each year, with your donation towards ‘Open Support bricks’

individual state-of-the-art apartments will be built by mid-2023 with your generous support

Help us pave a future away from domestic violence for women and their families every year

Open support has just received DA approval to construct a new Domestic Violence crisis accommodation facility on a site we own.

It will provide 8 individual apartments to provide dignity and safe independent living for an additional 110 women and their children each year. We have received a grant to fund the safe house facility, but due to massive increases in building costs since the pandemic, we require an extra $500,000 to complete the build. We are passionate about this project but we need your help to get it across the line by mid-2023.

Your support can change lives

With your support, our programs will positively change the lives of women and children impacted Domestic & Family Violence. Will you help pave the way for women and children to reach a safe and empowered future?


Can buy a single golden brick*


Can buy one pallet of golden bricks*


Can landscape the garden^


Can build a bedroom, living room or kitchen^


Can build a complete apartment

Donate now

All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

* All bricks are virtual but you are making a tangible impact to someone’s life.
^ The images above are for illustration purposes only, the finished interior/exterior of the apartments may differ.

Our approved Safe House plan

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Our program and facility will help meet the demand for accommodation, and structured support in a safe environment, required for women and children across Sydney to escape violence can transition toward a fulfilling and independent life.

Working within a case management framework, the new facility will provide:

  • Risk assessment and safety planning
  • Provision of immediate material support
  • Emotional support and help in understanding the cycle of violence
  • Support arranging and managing finances Assistance accessing immigration and/or other legal support
  • Referral to other relevant support agencies, such as mental/physical health, skill-building
  • Assistance accessing Centrelink/other welfare services
  • Support accessing available accommodation/housing options