Help us end gendered violence
It's everybody's responsibility to help end violence against women. You can help by raising much needed funds for White Ribbon Australia’s important primary prevention work in schools, workplaces and communities around Australia.
Ways to Fundraise
Whether you're fundraising on your own or as part of a workplace, school or team, we have the tools to help you succeed.
Give to a Fundraiser
Or donate directly
How it works
Think about what kind of event you want to host and sign up to host your own fundraiser.
Look through our event resources, set your goals and make a plan of how you'll raise money.
Put the call out for people you know to donate by sharing the link to your fundraising page.
Why you should get involved
Every woman has the right to live free from men's violence, and it is everyone’s responsibility to make it happen. To learn more about violence against women and the role we all play, complete our free eLearning course below.
2 in 5
women had experienced violence since the age of 151
of male perpetrators of sexual violence were the victim's intimate partner2
1 in 3
women experienced physical violence since the age of 151
About White Ribbon Australia
What We Do
What is primary prevention
Primary prevention aims to stop the violence against women before it starts. It addresses the deep, underlying drivers behind violence.
What we advocate for
White Ribbon Australia advocates for changes at a government and policy level. We advocate for changes to make Australia a safer place for women.
How we make change
White Ribbon Australia runs primary prevention programs in schools, workplaces and communities across Australia.
Need to know more?
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does White Ribbon Australia focus on violence perpetrated by men?
3. Coumarelos, C., Weeks, N., Bernstein, S., Roberts, N., Honey, N., Minter, K., & Carlisle, E. (2023). Attitudes matter: The 2021 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS), Findings for Australia. (Research report 02/2023). ANROWS
4. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2018. Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia 2018. Cat. no. FDV 2. Canberra: AIHW.
What about violence against men?
While both women and men experience family and domestic violence, it is a gendered issue that happens more often to women than to men. In the latest Personal Safety Survey, 1 in 4 women has experienced intimate partner violence, while 1 in 14 men had experienced intimate partner violence1.
1. Australian Bureau of Statistics (2021-22), Personal Safety, Australia, ABS Website, accessed 23 February 2024.
Where does the money go?
Money raised through fundraising enables White Ribbon Australia to produce educational resources, run programs across Australia, carry out research to identify gaps in community knowledge about women's safety, and allows us to keep our eLearning free for the community.
Can I donate directly or do I need to start a fundraiser?
You can absolutely donate directly! Head to our Give Now page and fill out the donation form. Both individuals and organisations can donate using that form.
How else can I get involved with White Ribbon Australia?
White Ribbon Australia runs a range of programs and initiatives, including Workplace Accreditation, educational panels in schools, our Barber Shop learning resource hub, and Community Partner program. Head to our Get Involved page to find a program that suits you.