White Caravan is a unique initiative that renovates caravans to raise awareness of Australian women's homelessness and to deliver wraparound and pragmatic solutions and services, along with temporary respite accommodation.
We educate women on the reality of women's homelessness and provide guidance and holistic solutions when leaving relationships, including introductions to existing services that have been hidden and fragmented until now.
We create media coverage, conversation, education, marketing solutions and early intervention relationship exit strategies for women all across Australia, with the sole aim of preventing homelessness, financial hardship while reducing domestic abuse.
When single mother Juliet Potter first bought a used caravan she found on Facebook, she was excited at the prospect of slowly renovating her purchase in order to provide an extra home for her family and friends over the weekends and holiday breaks.
Aware of the statistics growing statistics of women's homelessness, she decided to create a movement to educate and raise awareness.
What eventuated has fast become
a solution for the epidemic of homelessness currently facing
women across Australia.
Did you know?
1 in 4 Australian women
emotional abuse by a current
or former partner.
Domestic violence against women results, on average, in a Police call-out once every 2 minutes across Australia.
White Caravan is an initiative that raises awareness of the reality of women's homelessness in Australia.
We are working to prevent homelessness through a range of initiatives including:
Business & Start Up Coaches
Up-skilling & Education Services
Debt Recovery Services
Free Online Diploma &
Real Estate Law and Services
Separation and Divorce Strategies
Financial Management Coaching & Financial Literacy Services
Many women leaving relationships are scared and confused, not sure of what to do and where to go, they are unaware of many services that are available to them and have to create a separation strategy. We help women navigate their way through exiting a relationship safely, along with connecting them with the support services, networks and programs that are right for their circumstances.