Homelessness Australia CATHOLIC AGENCIES (listed below)
Homelessness Week 2018
Homelessness Week is an annual week coordinated by Homelessness Australia to raise awareness of people experiencing homelessness, the issues they face and the action needed to achieve enduring solutions.
In 2018, Homelessness Week is the 6-12 August with a theme “Ending homelessness together’’.
In keeping with this theme, in 2018 Homelessness Australia is encouraging the community to get active as citizens to call on political leaders to make the changes needed to end homelessness.
Homelessness Week Launch 2018
Homelessness Week 2018 – ‘There’s always something you can do’
Please join us for the launch Homelessness Week 2018 at the City of Perth Library.
When – August 06, 2018 at 8am – 9am
Where – City of Perth Library Auditorium, 573 Hay Street Perth, Western Australia 6000
For more information and registrations visit :- http://www.shelterwa.org.au/homelessness_week_launch_2018
Please join us at the Oxford Yard cafe to hear from individuals who have faced homelessness and their personal stories of living through it. Foundation Housing CEO Kathleen Gregory will also speak on the Everbody’s home campaign and what it means for those who end up homeless due to shortages in secure, social and affordable housing.
Event Name: Couch Conversations
Date: August 9th
Time: 2:00 – 3:30pm
Location: Oxford Yard Cafe, 196 Oxford Street, Leederville WA 6007
You’ll Never Walk Alone
Location: Broome Male Oval, Hamersley St to Drop In Centre, 30 Dora St.
Join us on Thursday 9th August for a 2.2 km walk from Broome Male Oval to the Broome Youth and Families Hub’s Drop In Centre.
Broome Youth and Families Hub is a Not-for-Profit organisation providing both case management and program support to children, young people and families in Broome. The organisation’s aim is to build capacity by empowering children, young people and families to reach their full potential.
Broome Youth and Families Hub endeavours to raise awareness during homelessness week through the “You’ll never walk alone” walk. The idea behind the event is based on the fact that more than 116,000 homeless Australians have to wake up every day and walk to find something to eat, a shower or the next place to sleep.
With this walk Broome Youth and Families Hub intends to highlight, to the Broome Community, that homelessness is an important issue and that no person should feel like they are walking alone.