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Set YOUR Heart Free

and help others in return

$100 of your Creatrix® Breakthrough will be donated in your name, to one of the following charities
share the dignity donation

One of the biggest challenges my clients have when committing to a Creatrix® Breakthrough is the guilt that is associated with them spending money on themselves.

I often hear “I feel so SELFISH spending this on myself, even though I know it will help my family/relationships/business success etc”

This is an ingrained issue for women - it’s common for a woman to hesitate because the money spent on herself could be ‘spent on her family, or on the bills, or for a greater cause, like a charity that focuses on making a difference in someone else’s life’

And so, I’m making YOUR Emotional Transformation mean something for someone else - meaning not only will you feel Worthy, Free and Confident to your core, you’ll have stronger, more authentic connections with the people you love, BUT you’ll ALSO be helping another woman or family in need.

Because when you invest in and commit to a Creatrix® Breakthrough, $100 will be donated, in your name, to your choice of the following Charities:

Ronald McDonald House Australia - Back in 2011, Alivia spent a brief period of time at our local hospital…. Thankfully, she was ok. But for those few days, as we walked around the children’s ward, I couldn’t help but imagine how challenging it must be for families with seriously ill children…. particularly families who need to travel for medical care. Since then, I’ve met a number of incredible women who has shared stories with me about how Ronald McDonald House helped them to be with their children as care was administered.

You can learn more about the Ronald McDonald House at

Womens Community Shelters - While researching Charities, I came across this small NSW Based organisation - It’s no secret that Domestic Violence is an epidemic that drastically needs our attention….  Safety for women who flea such situations is just as important because existing services cannot meet the demand for crisis accommodation for women who are homeless.

More than one in two women across Australia who seek a bed in a crisis shelter are turned away every night, mostly due to a lack of space. And these are just the ones who find out they can ask for a safe place to go.Women’s Community Shelters works with communities to establish new shelters, which provide short term emergency accommodation and support in a safe environment that enables homeless women to rebuild self-esteem and achieve control and fulfilment of their lives.

You can learn more bout Womens Community Shelters at

Share the Dignity - This charity is making a big difference in a seemingly small yet significant manner. A menstrual cycle is part and parcel of being a woman - and yet for many females experiencing homelessness, domestic violence and poverty, these necessities are often overlooked.

This organisation is making a real, on-the-ground difference by collecting thousands of sanitary products each year for women in need.

You can learn more about Share the Dignity at

Fistula Foundation - Obstetric fistula most commonly occurs among women who live in low-resource countries, who give birth without access to medical help.

If a woman’s labor becomes obstructed, she could remain in excruciating pain for days before her baby is finally dislodged. Her baby likely dies and she is often left with an obstetric fistula, a small hole created by constant pressure from the fetus, which renders her incontinent. As if this isn’t bad enough, a woman with fistula is often rejected by her husband and pushed out of her village due to her foul smell.

Once common across the world, Obstetric fistula  has been largely eradicated in the developed world, but still devastate women in the poorest countries. It's treatable with life-transforming surgery.

The Fistula Foundation do one thing, and they do it well: treat obstetric fistula with cost-effective, restorative surgery. Since the organisations inception in 2009, almost 40,000 women in 31 countries have received treatment.

You can learn more about the Fistula Foundation at

The Global Women’s Project - This Australian organisation was established in 2013 with an initial aim of reaching 300 women and girls in Nepal and Cambodia. Since then, they have supported grassroots partners to deliver programs that combined reached close to 1500 women In Nepal, provided funding for all operational costs and majority of the training costs for three Rural Women’s Hubs run by the Women’s Foundation Nepal in the districts of Sunsari and Jhapa.

In 2019, 1072 women have come to these Hubs to take part in local savings and loans circles, upskill through a variety of vocational and business workshops and short courses, and increase their capacity to participate in local governance through leadership and political participation training.  

In the past 18 months, 192 women and girls in Cambodia have taken part in basic computer and English language classes in our purpose-built computer and literacy lab, setting them up to capitalise on a burgeoning tourist economy and/or pursue higher education.

I love that this charity is focusing on skilling women and girls up so they can independently contribute to the growth of their local communities.You can learn more about the Global Women’s Project at

SO, who will YOU HELP, when you FREE YOURSELF?