We’ve had a busy few months as we roll with the latest lockdowns and continue to innovate to support vulnerable young people. We've put together an overview of the stories you might have missed.
It can be challenging to keep track of your spending and budget for the future. But it’s important if you want to avoid falling into debt or save for the things you really want to do with your life. Our new video series will help you get control of your finances!
There was lots of laughter across the day, which finished with a beach barbecue, followed by busloads of sleeping young people making their way home.
Our two new Jobs Victoria Advocates will work from our Dandenong office to connect job seekers in Melbourne's south-east with the services they need to get back into the work force.
As we approach the end of the 2020-21 financial year, invest in the next 50 years of providing hope and care to vulnerable young people such as Kacey and secure the benefits of a tax deductible donation.
Issam Alameh has joined our Living, Learning & Earning team as our Financial Inclusion Support Worker. He’s one of the seven new staff members who have come on board through the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria initiative.
This week we launched Walk in My Shoes, an innovative exhibition our Steps Outreach Service co-hosted with Igniting Change and Catalyst to raise awareness about youth homelessness.
A growing number of not-for-profit organisations, peak bodies, economists and concerned business leaders are raising the alarm that young people are being left behind in the economic recovery from the pandemic.
One year on our community may be COVID-free, but the situation is about to get much worse. Analysis shows that any stability in the economy was the result of Government support, and much of this support has been wound up. Find out how you can help.
In May we’re hosting Walk in My Shoes, a dynamic new exhibition that gives voice to young people experiencing homelessness.