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We are delighted to announce a significant milestone in our journey—Zonta House Refuge Association is celebrating 40 years of dedication and service! Established in the early 1980s, Zonta House began as a single, volunteer-run shelter for women without dependent children, supported by the passionate members and financial backing of the Zonta International women’s movement. Over … Read more


Stride Towards Change: HBF Run for a Reason 2024. Get ready to lace up your shoes and join us on May 19th for an exhilarating day of purpose and passion at the HBF Run for a Reason. This annual event is not just about breaking a sweat; it’s about making a difference in the lives … Read more


We are thrilled to announce Paul Litherland as the inaugural Zonta House Ambassador. This appointment marks a significant milestone in our 40th year working in the WA community supporting women and their families who are at risk of harm from family and domestic violence. Paul brings with him an illustrious career spanning over 30 years … Read more


My role brings the right mix of job satisfaction, challenge, growth and fun. I enjoy the many opportunities for learning and collaboration, and I get to work alongside some pretty impressive and inspiring women.


It’s a good feeling knowing that every day I am making a meaningful impact. Even the little things I do have a ripple effect that spreads out, making a difference in the lives of women we walk alongside.


I have always wanted to make a difference and have my contributions valued. Zonta House is a workplace that values my contributions and also encourages, diversity and inclusivity. They have the women and staff at the center of all they do.


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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