A re-elected Morrison Government will provide Knitted Knockers $360,000, a vital organisation that provides ongoing support to breast cancer survivors and their families.
The Morrison Government will support Cystic Fibrosis Community Care to deliver a series of online resources to improve the health literacy, self-advocacy and communication skills of people with Cystic Fibrosis in Higgins.
The Morrison Government will provide $4.5 million to Infoxchange over five years to continue the successful Ask Izzy website – a trusted online resource for people in times of crisis.
Victim-survivors of sexual assault and violence will experience improved justice and policing responses under the Morrison Government’s commitment to ending family, domestic and sexual violence.
Victim-survivors across Australia will have access to trauma-informed, free and independent financial counselling delivered through a specialist family and domestic violence service.
As part of our plan for a stronger future, the Morrison Government is investing $1.3 billion in new services to support women, children and vulnerable Australians as well as expanding existing programs and improving our social security safety net.
A national employment campaign will be rolled out to engage more than 100,000 people with disability and some of Australia’s biggest businesses will hire job seekers with disability across their organisations as part of an additional initiative to provide greater career opportunities.
The Morrison Government is investing a further $150 million into a range of measures to deliver on our commitment to ending family, domestic and sexual violence.
The Morrison Government has delivered an additional $9 million directly to 83 emergency relief and food relief services supporting Australians in flood affected regions of northern NSW and Queensland.
Almost 5 million Australians will benefit from a boost to their social security payments from 20 March to help them keep up with the changes in the cost of living.