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Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women Incorporated



Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women Incorporated was started by a group of South Australian women with lived prison experience. Since 2006, Seeds of Affinity has supported women and their children during the difficult transition from prison into the community.

Members of Seeds of Affinity work together to challenge the stigmatisation faced by women leaving prison, helping to build a community where women feel a sense of belonging, solidarity and self worth. Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women who have previously experienced imprisonment and are now in the community are given the opportunity to participate in group activities for a day per week. There is also opportunity to become involved in the organisation's retail aspect: to produce natural health and beauty products which are sold to help fund the organisation's expenses.

Seeds of Affinity has four core values:

Abstract adapted from Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women Incorporated




Last updated: 12 May 2014
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