It is important for victims of violence to know that they are not alone.
Thank you to everyone who joined the Community Walk Against Family Violence in Wodonga. Part of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, the walk started at St Stephen’s Uniting
Join the 2019 Wodonga Community Walk Against Family Violence and show that our community will not tolerate family violence. The 2019 Community Walk Against Family Violence will be held on
Thank you to the Commonwealth Bank team at Wodonga for donating $500 to support local parents and children in crisis due to family violence. When families flee violence they often
About 200 people joined the Community Walk Against Family Violence in Wodonga today (Wednesday). Wodonga Police stopped traffic for the walk, which was part of 16 Days of
Please join us on Wednesday 5 December in Wodonga for the Community Walk Against Family Violence. The walk will start at 11am outside St Stephen’s Uniting Church, corner Beechworth
Pictured: Indie School teacher Ria, Tahlia, from Junction Support Services, students Libbity and Amelija and Carevan CEO Stacey Indie School students have been busy sewing and creating for local adults
[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="1963,1965,1950,1952"] Everyone at Junction Support Services was excited to distribute Share the Dignity donations.
[caption id="attachment_1930" align="alignnone" width="800"] Some of the participants in the Community Walk Against Family Violence. Photo: Mark Jesser.
We’re proud to be part of the City of Wodonga’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. We’re joining the Department of Health and Human Services and the Salvation Army