Through a holistic, long-term approach, WAGEC works to support women and children impacted by homelessness, domestic violence and systemic disadvantage. Every-night WAGEC supports 200 women and children and everyday, through targeted programs, the teams work to nurture healing and wellbeing, build financial independence and ensure children impacted have the resources to learn and thrive.
WAGEC also works with communities, businesses, and public and private entities to educate them in areas of violence prevention. This means learning about red flags and healthy relationships, bystander intervention and the impacts of gender-based violence. By creating a conversation about the link between gender equality and safe futures for women and children, WAGEC are calling the community to join the movement to end gender-based violence in a generation.