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EACH YEAR WE CONNECT WITH 30,000 YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH OUR FOCUS ON EDUCATION, HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS, AND JUSTICE.

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OUR NEWS

Anita Boulter – Steps Volunteer Profile

May 25th, 2018|

Anita Boulter, a volunteer with our Steps Outreach Service has a strong heart and passion for volunteering.  As a 60 year old mother of two daughters and a son, and with two granddaughters who she [...]

Anne Attard – Queen of the Kitchen

May 24th, 2018|

Anne Attard is the Queen of the Kitchen at LiveWires. Each week she teaches a group of children how to cook pasta, lasagne, potatoes and dumplings – while also letting them scrape the [...]

Volunteer Profile – Hand Brake Turn

May 21st, 2018|

Paul has been volunteering with Hand Brake Turn for nine months. He came to Australia a year ago as a refugee from Iran, after spending four years in Indonesia. Paul hopes to join the Victorian [...]

Running for Steps

May 3rd, 2018|

On Sunday July 29 2018, members and supporters of our Steps Outreach Service will be tying up their runners and taking part in Run Melbourne. We will be raising money for Steps Outreach Service [...]

Design a T-Shirt to support youth homelessness!

April 17th, 2018|

This is an open design and can include text, artwork, street art or whatever your imagination and creativity can design that will look amazing on a T-Shirt. Designs can capture the issue of homelessness [...]

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