What's On

2022

August

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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September

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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October

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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November

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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December

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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2023

January

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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February

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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March

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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April

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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May

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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June

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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July

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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August

Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

The WJN Mentoring Program aims to provide an opportunity to build a sense of belonging to the local community for women who have exited custody or are at-risk of entering the criminal justice system. This is achieved by linking female volunteer mentors with women who have a history with the criminal justice system.
Female Mentors are recruited to provide gender-appropriate social support to women.
A sense of belonging and connectedness can be developed from a range of activities such as:
• Providing pro-social support to women to assist their transition back into the community
• Assist to increase knowledge of services in the local area
• Enhance knowledge of and access to recreational activities such as; sport, arts and leisure in the local area
• Most importantly, the availability and commitment of Mentors on a voluntary basis to develop a sustainable relationship with a Mentee

About Women's Justice Network

The Women's Justice Network is a registered charity made up of a small team of committed paid staff and over 90 dedicated volunteers who work together to assist women and girls affected by the criminal justice system through our award winning Mentoring Program. Our programs support women pre-during and post release to lead positive and productive lives. We take a holistic approach to enrich the lives of women and girls not only through our programs, but through our advocacy work and meeting their needs with family restoration , housing applications and referrals to other agencies.

We run several programs that have been designed to be inclusive of women and girls from diverse cultures and gender identity. These programs are the Adult Mentoring Programs which operates in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and Newcastle areas, and the My Way Youth Mentoring Program.

What We Need

We are looking for 30 volunteers

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Volunteer Mentors Needed

28 Jul 2022 - 31 Aug 2023

by Women's Justice Network (WJN)
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