Wests Group Macarthur has joined forces with Blue Wren House – Camden Women’s Shelter (BWH CWH) to support victims of domestic violence and homelessness.

Wests has committed $20,000 per year for three years to BWH CWH’s “The Porchlight Program”, as they become their first partner ahead of the Shelter opening in November this year.

The Shelter is set to feature a completely refurbished three-bedroom cottage, in addition to a brand new two-bedroom dwelling. These will be providing safe and supported accommodation for five women and their children who are escaping domestic violence or homelessness.

Wests’ funding will be going towards keeping the Shelter operational each year and allowing them to provide other crucial resources to those in need, including medical, educational, and legal support.

BWH CWS is still on the lookout for support from local businesses, tradespeople, and suppliers as they get closer to the Shelter opening. If you or someone you know wants to help them make a difference, visit www.camdenwomensshelter.org.au.

Pictured: Alan Buxton, Chairman of Wests Group Macarthur, Katie Petkovski Marketing & Communications, Daniel Perkiss, CEO Wests Group Macarthur, Scott Taylor, Chair of Blue Wren House – Camden Women’s Shelter, Leanne Craig, Executive at Wests Group Macarthur, and Cr Paul Lake, Director at Wests Group Macarthur.

– Cassidy Pearce