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Our mission is to empower
young women to become
resilient, independent and
capable of taking their
place in the world

I want young girls
preparing to leave care
to know they will be ok…
I’m living proof
Tahnee-Kindred Warrior Peer

I am proud of who
I am and have exciting
goals for my future
Keira-Young Warrior

I want to help
young women to
believe in themselves
Kylie-Wise Warrior Mentor

The only thing stronger than a confident
woman is an army of them


The Warrior Woman Foundation provides support services for vulnerable young Australian women. Our flagship program, the Young Warrior Woman Program is a mentoring and psycho-educational program which provides connection, education, and support to young women 15-25 years of age transitioning from out of home care into independent living. Based on the Self Determination Theory, the Young Warrior Woman Program is designed to reduce the stress involved in leaving care, learning to live autonomously, and preparing for adulthood.



We provide a safe and welcoming space for the young women we support, so that they can share, learn, heal, and grow. We believe that healing can happen through connection, so we link each young woman into a diverse network of community minded women who provide ongoing support and a plethora of life experiences, resources, and opportunities. The Warrior Woman Foundation endeavours to work in collaboration with as many community and business leaders in each local government area to strengthen support services for young women in each local community.




We believe that education and employment are key to a young woman’s independence, but for many young vulnerable women who have had traumatic experiences it is equally important to address and nurture confidence, self-esteem, and self-worth first. Therefore, we provide psychoeducational sessions facilitated by a highly skilled and experienced team of trauma informed psychotherapists who specialise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).




We teach the necessary life skills for young women to succeed in everyday life. These can be simple things like how to open a bank account or get a tax file number. Our mission is to empower young women to become strong independent women capable of taking their place in the world, so we believe it’s important for us to adopt a “teach a young woman to fish” approach. So, we are there to support and guide them through every step of the way knowing that true empowerment comes from them doing it themselves. Our goal is for every young woman who comes into our care, to leave with a strong sense of identity, confidence, and purpose.

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A strong and active national women’s support movement working together to advance young women in the Australian community, one woman at a time.


To empower vulnerable young women to become resilient, independent, and capable of taking their place in the world


To prevent homelessness by assisting vulnerable young women in a successful transition from out-of-home care to independent living. To support mental health and well-being, provide connection and belonging, and foster autonomy through life skills education


mentor a young woman

mentor a young woman

Can you spare the time to mentor a young woman needing a stable positive female role model to talk to?. We are seeking mentors 30 years and over to help young women throughout Australia transition from the out of home care system into independent living who would benefit with the support of a friendly positive female to guide them.

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If you are a young woman 18-30 years old who has lived in care, successfully transitioned to adulthood, and would like to join a dynamic team of inspiring young leaders, please email us to find out more about joining the Kindred Warriors Peer Team.

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Workplace Giving is one of the most powerful ways you can help us to empower young vulnerable women to become strong, independent, and capable of taking their place in the world. Regular donations through your workplace give us the certainty we need to plan for the future. A lot of people giving a little on a regular basis will make a world of difference.

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Partnerwith us

with us

We are currently seeking like-minded ethical brands to align ourselves with, to strengthen the delivery of our programs to vulnerable young women in Australia and promote collaboration and cohesion in the wider community.
This includes financial in-kind, and corporate partnerships.

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You can easily donate via our website using Paypal. All donations $2.00 and over are fully tax-deductible and a receipt will be automatically sent to you.
Why not opt to donate regularly?
As little as $10 a month can make a world of difference.

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When it comes to raising crucial funds for the Young Warrior Woman Program, we strive to make our fundraising events as fun and memorable as possible.
We are extremely grateful for our pro bono events team who are experts in their field and help us produce high-quality events.

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fundraise on our behalf

fundraise on our behalf

Are you already planning on holding an event? Could you donate a percentage of ticket sales to The Warrior Woman Foundation? Third-party fundraising is one of the simplest and most powerful ways you can help us.

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corporate team building days

corporate team building days

Want something new for your corporate team building day which gives back to the community?
Why not organise a careers workshop for a group of young warrior women to attend along with your team in your work setting?

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The Warrior Woman Foundation is an Australian charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission at www.acnc.gov.au.
It is a Public Company Limited by Guarantee and Public Benevolent Institution.
The foundation is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient and a Tax Concession Charity by the Australian Taxation Office.
All donations $2.00 and over are tax deductible.
The Warrior Woman Foundation holds an authority to fundraise under section 13A of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991 with the Department of Fair Trading CFN/25631.
The Warrior Woman Foundation is accountable to its donors and subject to a constitution. It is governed by a volunteer board of community leaders representing a cross section of society.
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