In light of the Government announcement of the forced lockdown extension, the organisers of Run Melbourne have shared that it is with deep regret that the event can no longer proceed this Sunday 25 July, and will be postponed to 2022.
Register now to join our Run Melbourne team and support young people experiencing homelessness.
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.
In May we’re hosting Walk in My Shoes, a dynamic new exhibition that gives voice to young people experiencing homelessness.
Concern Australia’s Steps Outreach Service will continue to support young people experiencing homelessness thanks to the incredible fundraising efforts of our Run Melbourne team and the generous donors who have supported them this year.
You can help young people like Jamie who are experiencing homelessness in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Donate now to support our Step for Youth Homelessness Run Melbourne team.
One run can change your day, many runs can change lives. Every July for the past eight years, Grace Baulch has braved a cold winter’s morning to be a part of the annual Run Melbourne fundraising event. Youth Worker Grace Baulch, running to raise money for [...]
We’ve had a wonderful time celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and community at NAIDOC Week events this week. Joshua Tavares helps paint Tavares Lane, named after his father Antonio Tavares, with a giant Aboriginal artwork. On Tuesday, our LiveWires program took part in the [...]
Pictured (left to right): Lauren Bowen, Mayor Cr Martin Zakharov, The Hon. Katie Hall MP, Wurundjeri Elder Ron Jones, Justin Bowen and Board Member Kathleen Williams AM. For 25 years, Hand Brake Turn has helped young people in the pursuit of education and employment pathways by providing practical, [...]