Terrified to leave and terrified to stay. Rasida is pregnant and lives in fear of her abusive partner. Leaving a violent home is a dangerous process. You can give Rasida a swift and safe escape by donating to the Emergency Support Service today.
After a violent break-in and constant harassment, Lena's children are too afraid to live at home. Lena herself is at breaking point, desperate to find a new home. You can give the hope and practical help they need by donating to the Emergency Support Service today.
If you feel helpless at the situation in Afghanistan, you can do something practical and life-changing to help local Afghans get their loved ones to safety. You can donate to Afghan Azizan, a special program offering free and subsidised migration assistance for local Afghans.
The long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is starting to hit hard. At ARA, we hear heartbreaking stories like Sakina and Ari’s every day. For families facing tough times before the pandemic, the situation is now desperate.
Amir wanted to escape from the stress and uncertainly – he felt he needed to be in nature. He travelled to bushland in the Adelaide Hills and found a cave for shelter. In the depths of a freezing cold winter, and still at risk from this pandemic, Amir had nothing – no food, only the clothes on his back and a basic campfire he made for warmth.
Learn bike safety and confidence in our new Bike Workshop, July 17 in Salisbury. Numbers are limited - register now!. Supported by the wonderful volunteers at the Adelaide Community Bicycle Workshop, and the Australian Government Department for Social Services.