The White Ribbon Australia organisation, established to prevent violence against women, is shutting down.
The organisation announced its end after an "analysis of the organisation's future sustainability", an online statement read.
"It is with profound sadness that the board of White Ribbon Australia informs the community and supporters that it has taken the very difficult decision to close its doors," the statement said.
It is understood the charity held a general meeting on Wednesday where it resolved to appoint liquidators from insolvency firm Worrells, according to a notice filed with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
Representatives from Worrells were on site at White Ribbons' head office in North Sydney on Thursday morning.
The organisation went into liquidation ahead of White Ribbon Day on November 22.
"For all those who are already planning for White Ribbon Day, we encourage you to continue with those plans alongside the international White Ribbon movement. Continue to raise your voice," the board said.
The foundation for the charity was established is 2007 and Australian entertainer and former lawyer Andrew O'Keefe was named chair of the board.
Australian Associated Press
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