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 [...]
This year our focus is to grow stronger by working “together” and in partnership with others. So, we are delighted to announce our latest partnership with Together Financial Services who, like us, are championing for social justice! Together Financial Services is Australia’s first social enterprise mortgage brokerage where 100% [...]
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, [...]
Hand Brake Turn’s 25 year anniversary festivities have begun with an enthusiastic engine roar and there are no signs of stopping now! Last weekend, on Saturday 30 March, special guests, past students, God’s Squad CMC, staff, and volunteers, gathered in Dandenong to celebrate the undeniable positive impact that [...]
This year, the Riverina Redneck Rally took place on Labour Day week (March 11th to March 15th, beginning in Balranald NSW and ending in Hay NSW) and offered contestants five days of fun, exhilarating racing, unwavering camaraderie, and memories that would last a lifetime, all while they raised funds [...]
You are invited to attend the Carlton Rotary Book Fair where 50% of profits from all Books, CDs, DVDs and Vinyls will be given to our Steps Outreach Service supporting young people experiencing homelessness! Invite your friends and family to come along.
Pictured: Lauren Bowen and Michelle Crawford We were delighted to hear from our Ambassadors, Justin and Lauren Bowen, that they wanted to do some fundraising for our Christmas appeal for young people experiencing homelessness. They raised an amazing $1,518 for Concern Australia for our Steps Outreach Service [...]