National Council of Women ACT Pink sleepbus


Raising money for Crisis accomodation for Women of Canberra

National Council of Women ACT Inc have launched a fundraising campaign to raise money for a crisis accommodation  service for homeless women of Canberra. 

Sleepbus provides safe, temporary overnight accomodation, getting people off the street by offering immediate, first stop, cost effective solution for our society’s most vulnerable; catching them early until they can get back on their feet.

The sleep bus will operate 365 days a year for overnight accomodation and even has pet pods! No one would be forced to give up their companion animal for a safe night sleep.

Individual pods with TV access including a dedicated channel advertising homeless and community services in area , air conditioned and completely private.

National Council of Women ACT Inc (NCWACT) is a advocating group representing affiliate women’s groups from across Canberra. Our focus for 2018/19 is homeless women in the ACT and looking at addressing the lack of crisis accomodation available. 
NCWACT website 

Thank you to my Supporters


Snow Foundation




Soroptimist International


Ncw Gofundme Campaign


Sue Howieson


Canberra Mothercraft Society


Mcnamee & Partners


Tall Foundation


Hellenic Club


Margaret Smith


Capital Chemist Pty Ltd


Ncw Gofundme


Rotary Woden


National Council Of Women


Anonymous Donor


Carol Grout-smith


Families And Child Care Branch Social Club






Braidwood Cwa


Caroline Le Couteur


Wendy Gray


Cwib Donation




Ncw Raffle


Ncw Gofundme


Suzanne Howarth


Louise Kenyon


St Andrews Day And Evening Pwa

Donation from St Andrews Presbyterian Church Day and Evening PWAs.


Jackie Wenner


Maxine And Brett Gray

Women are at their most vulnerable when they have nowhere to go and don't know who to turn to for help. Sleepbus will give women rest in a safe, secure environment. This is a very worthy initiative.


Fundrasing Event


Julianne Crocker


Francis Ryckman




Lyn Farrand

This is a fabulous initiative. No one in Australia should be homeless. No one should live below the poverty line.




David Glynne Jones