Wellington Women's House has been providing support to women on low incomes and experiencing homelessness for almost 30 years. Our vision is that every woman-identified individual has a home, and a safe space to grow.
We provide short-term accommodation for women who are experiencing poverty and support them to seek permanent housing and employment. We have 16 bedrooms that accommodate women from a diverse range of backgrounds, we will accept any single woman, including transgender women who can live independently. The house is a safe haven that helps women get back on their feet and ready to take the next steps in life.
You can read more about us here
Porirua Women's Centre A welcoming drop-in space & resource centre where women can access services and groups for free. They hold weekly meet-ups and various events
Welcome to our safe, local and online spaces in Wellington where young people like you can hang, meet people, learn skills, and overcome the tough stuff. Surrounded by a team that walks alongside you with realness, compassion, and aroha – no matter what. Zeal Wellington is like a whānau, where you’re seen, heard, valued and accepted, and have a real shot to thrive on your terms. You’ll find Zeal Wellington in the James Smith Building on Cuba Street. We run after-school hangs, creative programmes, all-ages gigs, a rainbow group, guys’ group and our social enterprise cafe, Stories Espresso Bar.
Other Impact Partners
Koraunui Stokes Valley Community Hub.
Walter Nash Centre
Eastbourne Community Library
The Lower Hutt War Memorial Library
Naenae Community Library
Oasis Community Cafe/Centre, Waitangirua Mall Porirua
Wesley Community Action – Waitangirua mall Porirua
Ngā Uri o Whiti Te Rā Mai Le Waitangirua mall Porirua
Te Pokapū Hapori Wellington Community Centre (Manners St)
Hataitai Community House
Secret Secret Club (🏳️🌈 Rainbow Community safe space) 4 Bond St