Joining the $15 Collective is a small act with a big impact

Small act. Big impact.

Imagine the impact of having a collective of passionate individuals like you, coming together to create a powerful force for change. Your $15 monthly donation may seem small, but when combined with others, it becomes a mighty wave of support for Women of Colour.

Your donation of $15 per month not only supports our organisation's purpose of advocating for a fairer, more just and more equitable Australia for Women of Colour, it also directly contributes to our Women of Colour, WoC Harm Prevention Fund. The WoC Harm Prevention Fund allows us to support initiatives that aim to reduce and prevent harmful and abusive behaviour towards Women of Colour. Your contribution helps ensure that Women of Colour Australia is able to take meaningful action to combat these issues and create a safer and more inclusive environment.

Why $15 per month? 

This amount aligns with the average donation from our community of donors, demonstrating the collective power of individual contributions. Your gift is a tangible expression of your values and your dedication to making a difference. By providing consistent, recurring funding, you help us build a stable and sustainable foundation for our purpose and impact.

Your donation is more than just money, it is a symbol of your commitment to being a driving force in the movement towards Women of Colour empowerment and advancement.

Join the $15 Collective today.

With deep gratitude,
WoCA Team


Contact Details

Women of Colour Ltd
Avaya House, Level 9, 123 Epping Rd



Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.

We exist to champion Australia's Women of Colour through programs of education, community support initiatives and advocacy work.


Women of Color is not a biological designation. It is a solidarity definition. A commitment to work in collaboration with other oppressed women of color who have been minoritized. It is a term that has a lot of power." ~ Loretta Ross. Learn more here.


Women - Transgender and cisgender, all those who experience or have experienced oppression as women, including non-binary and gender non-conforming people and all those who identify as women. Self-definition is at the discretion of the individual. Definition credit:


A - always centre the impacted
L - listen and learn from those who live in oppression
L - leverage your privilege
Y - yield the floor
*Mnemonic credit: Kayla Reed Executive Director ACTION St. Louis Follow Kayla Reed on Twitter @iKaylaReed

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WOMEN OF COLOUR LTD ABN 17 643 518 576 ACN 643 518 576 is an Australian Public Company Limited by Guarantee. We are a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). We have Deductible Gift Recipient status and operate the WoC Harm Prevention Fund. Gifts to the Fund may be deductible.

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We acknowledge the Wallumattagal clan of the Darug nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which Women of Colour Australia is situated. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge and honour the strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women with whom we stand in solidarity. We acknowledge that as settlers on this stolen Aboriginal land, we are beneficiaries of the dispossession, genocide, and ongoing colonial violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We believe that it is our collective responsibility and moral imperative to help dismantle the systemic barriers and structural inequities oppressing the original inhabitants of this land. We are also painfully aware that this land was taken forcibly, without a Treaty or reparations made. We have taken a practical step towards honouring sovereignty by paying the rent – and we invite you to do so too. This land is and always will be Aboriginal land. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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