Send a message of support to a woman in family violence crisis
Show your support for women in family violence crisis by creating a New Day Box. This is a great way to make a small difference to a woman working to rebuild her life. Even though you don’t know her, your gift shows you admire her courage and wish her a brighter future. Here’s how you can help.
Hundreds of women and children seek crisis accommodation and refuges in Victoria due to family violence each year. Survival becomes a priority, and many of these women have not known kindness for a very long time.
Making a New Day Box is an easy way to send a message of support to a woman going through an extremely challenging time. Our goal is to remind women in crisis accommodation that even though we do not know them personally, we admire their courage and wish them happiness.
Last year we received thousands of boxes from around Australia, and each one got to a woman in crisis accommodation that really needed it.
Collection Days will be announced for 2019
Envato Pty Ltd:
121 King Street (corner of Little Collins St)
Melbourne Vic 3000
St Kilda Mums:
2-4 Vale St, St Kilda 3182
Kenards Self Storage:
151 Capel St, North Melbourne VIC 3051 (only)
You can also post your box to us:
New Day Box
c/o Envato PTY LTD
Level 1, 121 King St
Melbourne Vic 3000
We’d like to thank Safe Steps for distributing New Day Boxes on our behalf, and supporting this project. If you would like to make a charitable donation you can donate directly to Safe Steps, which will help them provide vital services for women and children experiencing family violence.
Please Consider Donating to Safe Steps, who will help hundreds of women and children escape domestic violence this year — find out more here
As we are not a registered charity we cannot give you a receipt for tax purposes when you create a gift for us to distribute. If you would like to make a charitable donation you can donate directly to Safe Steps which will help them provide vital services for women and children experiencing family violence.