Tag Archive for: Everybody’s Home

World Homeless Day: 10 October 2022

You may want to speak to your MP about homelessness issues in your area, host an event at work, or share messages online.

Role of housing in solving critical skill shortages across the regions

The role of housing in solving critical skill shortages across the regions.

Research estimates the costs of social and affordable housing shortages to society

The research forms a larger project being funded by several housing organisations including CHIA, Everybody’s Home and Shelter NSW.

Federal Election – Saturday, 21 May 2022

We encourage you to join the Everybody’s Home campaign to urge all parties to focus on address the national housing crisis.

Sign the joint letter to the Treasurer

Add your organisation’s details in a letter to Josh Frydenberg to urge more funding to improve housing affordability.

Australia is at a crossroads

Australians need more social and affordable housing to support the four in ten of us who rent.

Nowhere To Go

Stable housing is critical for women to build a safe life, as it promotes both safety and wellbeing, including for children.

Don’t Close the Door – Save Homelessness Services!

If this payment does not continue, there will be a loss of $8M per year to homelessness services across Western Australia.

Everybody’s Home – Heatmaps

Everybody’s Home and Homelessness Australia have had heatmaps produced that show by state and federal electorate how many people are homeless and how much social housing is needed.

Everybody’s Home Pledge

Two Western Australian Labor MP’s have signed the pledge to support more social housing to create jobs and help end homelessness.

Homelessness and social housing need

New data shows that the number of people without a home in Western Australia, and the social housing needed to end homelessness, is an issue that spreads throughout the state across all metropolitan and rural federal electorates.

Investment in social housing will create jobs and improve social outcomes

National housing and homelessness leaders have called for an immediate employment-boosting investment to expand Australia’s social housing by 30,000 homes as the country experiences a wave of job losses due to COVID-19.