Annual Report 2020-21

Annual Report 2021-website

It was pleasing to hold our Annual General Meeting face to face with our members in October, with a few faces online as well. It was a big year for SEWACS, as can be seen in the Annual Report.

Peeling the onion workshop

Join us for a free program for women who have left a domestic or family violence situation – in Moruya – lunch included 🙂

Peeling the onion

Community Industry Group Award

SEWACS was the proud recipient of the award for Transformation & Reinvention Whole Organisation. The We Do Magic Community Service award was given to the whole organisation in light of our response to the bushfires and then COVID. Our staff went above and beyond to support people in need of our services during these extreme times. We are grateful to Community Industry Group for the honour of this award.

Relationships, communication and healing workshops

SEWACS is offering a series of creative workshops in Moruya which are run by Interface Therapeutic Arts. Click on the flyer for more information and dates.

Relationship recovery workshop

Dig deep and donate – Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma Library

Wow, our local community libraries are truly amazing:


Dig deep and donate

For the month of July the libraries will act as drop off points in support of South East Women’s and Children’s Services (SEWACS).

We’re asking for gift card’s to stores like Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, Kmart and Bunnings to help support homeless men, women and children in Eurobodalla. Any dollar amount gift card is appreciated! Gift cards mean no bulky donations to be stored and people having some choice on what items they get.

We’re proud to support SEWACS who is working towards eliminating homelessness and domestic violence as well as creating a community where all people can live in a safe, secure environment and be treated with respect.

Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma Library
Thursday 1 to Saturday 31 July

South Coast rental crisis, price hikes push youth into homelessness

Please find attached an article from the Bega District News (21-04-2021) outlining the issues we face in the Bega Valley for the struggles faced by our youth trying to find suitable and affordable accommodation