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Zonta House acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Whadjuk Noongar people, and pay respects to the Elders past and present. We are committed to honouring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their unique cultural and spiritual relationship to the land, waters and seas, and their rich contribution to society.

Empowering Women: Restoring Hope, Rebuilding Lives

We believe that every woman should be treated with utmost care and should have access to choice, safety and dignity.  Zonta House provides a comprehensive range of person-centered wrap-around support services that cater to the unique needs and journeys of women. Our empathetic team is committed to assisting victim/survivors during this difficult period, extending compassion and understanding.

Our Services

Everyone deserves to feel safe. Family and domestic violence – also known as FDV is when someone tries to control you or someone you know, making you do things against your will and makes you feel worthless or fearful, afraid for your safety or the safety and wellbeing of another person. Our services are here to help.

Accommodation Services

Providing safe, supportive temporary housing, alongside advocacy and comprehensive case management services for women without children in their care.

Safety & Support

Programs offering tailored support to help women and their children ensuring safety in their communities and to navigate their journey with specialised assistance.

Healing & Wellbeing

A diverse range of programs tailored to support women as they rebuild, recover, and heal, offering distinct pathways to empowerment and healing.

Awareness & Education

Discover how every individual and organisation can actively contribute to preventing FDV by fostering self-awareness, promoting education, and engaging in advocacy efforts.

Get Involved​

We welcome partnerships from those who are interested in helping support the work we do here at Zonta House. Find out below how you can provide support, whether you are a member of the public, a community group or a large organisation. We gratefully accept physical donations of any size to assist women with everyday essentials, alongside monetary contributions.

For the Public

While we currently do not have the capacity to take on volunteers from the general public, there are many different ways you can directly help support us.

Corporate Partners

Do you represent or work for a business or organisation interested in supporting Zonta House on an ongoing basis? Here’s how you can get involved.

Join Our Team

Are you interested in becoming part of the Zonta House team to a make a difference to women in your community? Check out information about working with us.

Frequently Asked Questions

I would like to volunteer, what opportunities do you have?

We have very limited opportunities for volunteer work. Due to the nature of our work and the need to prioritise safety and confidentiality, we are unable to offer volunteer positions.

However, during the Christmas season, we do have a need for volunteers to assist with sorting and arranging gifts. If you are interested in contributing during that period please email [email protected]

While we may not have volunteer opportunities available within Zonta House, we encourage you to explore other avenues where you can make a difference. One organisation we recommend is Worthy Australia who heavily on volunteers all year round.

Additionally, you may find it beneficial to reach out to some of our other partner organisations who regularly provide valuable support to us, including:

What other items do you accept as a donation?

There are a number of items we are able to accept for the women in our services.

Everyday Toiletries (full sized)

All items must be new and unused.  Items in need are shampoo and conditioner, shower gel (no bar soap), deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste, facial moisturiser and hair brushes. We specifically ask for full-sized toiletries as our accommodation services provide long-term support to women.

Hotel “mini” toiletries: While we do not accept hotel toiletries for our accommodation services, we highly recommend donating them to drop-in centres in the Perth CBD area. These centres have shower facilities and can distribute the hotel toiletries to individuals in need.

Non-perishable Food Items: are able to accept all non-perishable food items that are within date. You could even arrange a Woolworths or Coles online order to be delivered straight to our Head Office!

Household cleaning products: Zonta House has a number of properties and cleaning products are always in need.  We are also able to provide these to women when they move into their own safe and stable accommodation.  Items accepted are, spray and wipe, toilet and floor cleaner, washing powder, cleaning cloths, paper towel and bathroom cleaner.

I am a student looking for a placement, can Zonta House offer this?

We have limited capacity to accommodate student placements due to the size of our organisation and nature of our work.

Currently, we only accept expressions of interest from students who are currently completing a relevant degree or higher in fields such as Community Services, Mental Health, Social Sciences, Psychology, or Social Work. These degrees align closely with the work we do and provide a strong foundation for meaningful contributions to our organisation.

Due to the high volume of requests we receive we can only reach out to successful applicants who meet our specific requirements and align with our current capacity for student placements.

We encourage you to consider alternative placement options and explore other organisations within the community service sector that may be able to offer you valuable learning opportunities.

The Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing directory which provides a comprehensive list of organisations and resources related to women’s safety, mental health, and community services.

Another useful directory is the City of Perth’s Homelessness Services in the Inner City Directory. These directories can help you identify other suitable options for placements.

How do I apply for any career opportunities at Zonta House?

View all our current open opportunities here

All positions are also advertised and applications taken via

Please also check our Facebook and Instagram pages as we also advertise when there are vacancies within the organisation.

How would I arrange a drop off of accepted donations?

Please call our Head Office on 1800 870 149 option 5 and speak to one of our friendly team.

We are only able to accept donations to our Willetton office Monday to Friday during office hours.

I have some clothing to donate, is this something you can accept?

As we are a women’s-only refuge and do not accommodate children in our refuges we are unable to accept preloved children’s items.

We do however accept specific items for the women we support.

New Socks and Underwear: new socks and underwear only due to safety and hygiene reasons. These items must be brand new with their original packaging or tag.

Bras in Good Condition: We appreciate donations of clean pre-worn bras, in all sized that are in good condition with no rips or missing underwire.

Women’s Clothing and Shoes: We have limited storage available so do request that donations of women’s clothing be limited to a maximum of 2 shopping bags. Please ensure that the clothing is relevant to the current season or weather conditions. 

Corporate/Work Attire: If you have donations of corporate or work attire, we highly recommend considering Dress for Success. They provide professional clothing and career development support to women, including those who access our services.

If you are in immediate danger, or someone you know is in immediate danger please do not hesitate and call Police on 000.

If you are at risk, please ensure you follow the eSafety Commission recommendations for staying safe online.

Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) can happen in relationships with a partner, defacto, family member, carer, boyfriend or girlfriend.

This behaviour can be threatening, abusive, violent, coercive, stalking, controlling, making someone feel scared and/or forcing them to do things they don’t want to do.

It can occur in current or past imitate relationships, family settings, or extended family groups.

For more information on what is considered Family and Domestic Violence, or how to identify it please visit Safe and Equal or 1800RESPECT. WA’s after-hours response helpline is available 24/7 if you are in crisis and need urgent help for refuge assessment or emergency accommodation options Crisis Care Free Call 1800 199 008