Our #HW2021 donation recipient was The Underground Collaborative who provide pathways into long-term employment.
Tag Archive for: Homelessness Week 2021
If fundraising is important to your community organisation too, talk to us about our Community Reward Program. Together we can help you help those who need it the most.
We understand the importance of fundraising for many not-for-profits and that government funding simply does not cover many of the essential services that these organisations provide.
During the three hours. A potpourri of sketches, hand drawings, collages and 3D renderings began to emerge. As the hours ticked away demand for printing and coffee grew in equal measure.
The project released two significant pieces of work for the sector, a Lived Experience Engagement Framework, and a Lived Experience Co-Design Toolkit. Both were launched during Homelessness Week 2021.
An update on the current work in the Department of Communities Homelessness Team.
The 2016 Census estimated that 6,866 older women were homeless and a further 5,820 older women were living in marginal housing and may be at risk of homelessness.
In policy, a wicked problem is a problem that is difficult or impossible to solve because of incomplete, contradictory, and changing requirements that are often difficult to recognise.
The 2021 Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 report builds on previous work from the Centre for Social Impact The University of Western Australia (CSI UWA) by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia, using the Advance to Zero database.
Find out how choosing a customer-owned bank could benefit your organisation.
On Tuesday, 3 August Shelter WA held the official launch of this year’s theme in WA: Housing Solutions to End Homelessness.
For Homelessness Week 2021, Josh approached Shelter WA to lead a group of strangers on his actual journey while he cycled in and out of homelessness.
Fleetwood is Australia’s largest owned and operated modular building solutions provider. They use offsite manufacturing to construct high quality, customised built environments for all Australians.
In an era where ethical banking is slowly becoming understood, do you know if your bank’s investments or lending principles match your organisation’s principles?