Meet Our Panelist Courtney

Courtney has spent much of her working career in the male dominated construction industry, working for her father’s Power Tool and Construction Supply business and with civil construction. While this environment can be an uncomfortable place for women, for Courtney … Read More >

Meet Our Panelist Aza

Year 12 was supposed to be the best year of Aza’s life, a year of hard work and study, mixed in with time for having fun and enjoying the ‘rites of passage’ that come at the end of your high … Read More >

Meet Our Panelist Jazzy

Being followed by men was sadly a standard occurrence for young women growing up in Sunshine, says 23-year old Jazzy, who was followed home on a number of occasions between the ages of 12 to 18 years. “It would happen … Read More >

Meet Our Panelist Pep

Being at a survival camp in the middle of nowhere was the last place on earth that Pep imagined she would find herself, yet there she stood, with the experience having a lasting impact on her life. Her journey to … Read More >

Meet Our Panelist Nyanjuma

Growing up in St Albans, 19-year old Nyanjuma says that whilst she did see violence while growing up, that is not the full story of life in Melbourne’s western suburbs and is disheartened by the stereotypes. “The media has a … Read More >

We’re Hiring

  We are excited to announce we are looking for an Office Manager and Youth Worker to join our team. Please find more information below. OFFICE MANAGER LES TWENTYMAN FOUNDATION Challenging, meaningful and rewarding role Part-time position (25-30 hours per … Read More >

‘EMBRACE Her Voice’ Webinar Event

REGISTER TODAY Click HERE The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated annually on 11 October. The day aims to promote girl’s empowerment and fulfilment of their human rights while also highlighting the challenges that girls all over the … Read More >

A Word from our CEO: Raise the Rate for Good

  Dear friends and supporters, During this pandemic, many families have experienced a double whammy – the increased costs of having their children at home full time and a loss or reduction in income. Families tell us that being able to … Read More >

Join us for the Nutbush

 Since its release in 1973 Tina Turner’s Nutbush City Limits has been loved by Australians, with generations taking to the dance floor and getting their Nutbush on.No one can explain why Aussies love the Nutbush so much. All we … Read More >