Seven Women began in 2007 as a grass roots development project to create change for seven women who were found operating out of a tin shed and enduring harsh discrimination as a result of being disabled.  Stephanie Woollard first met these women and invested in training in the hope that gaining a skill would give them a means to earn an income. Stephanie now designs what is sold and funds the project through the sale of the women's hand-made products.

100% of the profits made in the past years have been spent on the project. The profits have enabled Seven Women to pay for training in felt products, knitting and embroidery; materials; training equipment; workers' wages and construction costs of building four women's skills training centre. Which to date has helped over 900 women.

Seven Women work has empowered the lives of over 5000 women who are now earning an income after participating in literacy and skills training.  Their vision is to expand into remote communities with our literacy, skills training and income generating programs and to have reached over 100,000 women by 2025.

Click here to visit the Seven Women website.