THE Centre for Women & Co is launching a website that will provide information for women and financially support the organisation's programs.
The centre - formerly WAVVS and Logan Women's Centre - has offices at Cleveland, Logan Central and Beenleigh.
A centre spokeswoman said the website would provide tools and resources that supported women's mental health and wellbeing but was also a social enterprise for the organisation.
While some content would be free, subscriptions were available for access to courses delivered by experts.
The spokeswoman said the website would cover subjects from self-care to self-harm, from depression to gratitude, from eating disorders to self-love, from loneliness to connection.
"Her Platform is a place where all women can share snippets of our lives, from which we can all learn, adapt and evolve," she said.
The memberships would fund the Centre for Women & Co's projects like domestic and family violence support, mental health and holistic wellbeing, employment preparation and financial literacy.
Free memberships would be available for eligible women.
The Centre for Women & Co will launch the website - herplatform.com.au - on Tuesday, August 27 at 5.30pm for a 6pm start at the Alexandra Hills Conference Centre. The centre's chief executive Stacey Ross and Her Platform team leader Lea Schodel will speak.
To attend, email firstname.lastname@example.org by August 20.
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