zoe kratzmann x the forgotten women
we're proud to be a formal partner for The Forgotten Women: a not-for-profit housing initiative to help homeless women over the age of 55 gain access to safe, fit-for-purpose and long-term housing.
the forgotten women
the hidden homeless
vulnerable older women are more likely to be staying with friends, living in a car or physically ‘hiding’. these women are our grandmothers, sisters, mothers and friends.
The Forgotten Women works at our doorstep in Brisbane, and our commitments include:
- $1 from every online order contributing to providing stable housing for mature women
- Regular donations of clothing and footwear
- Monthly minimums on the time we donate in the form of in-person help from our team to lending our expertise to propel this organisation further
- Contribution to key events and attendance of fundraising initiatives
close to the heart
Zoe has long been an advocate for housing and homelessness both in her professional life and personal life.
Over the years, her work in the community has included everything from sleeping rough as part of the ceo sleep-out to building homes in asia. she is deeply affected by what she sees at home and across the world.
We are completely driven by helping women feel their best, and this partnership just makes sense. Women over 55 are the fastest growing group being pushed into homelessness in australia.