Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
A young man, Luke, is placed up against his future. Blinded by a mixture of ignorance and bravado means he doesn’t see the insurmountable difficulties of what his life will involve despite it looking at him in the face. Luke meets Ivan, the man he wishes to become. A homeless man. That is the startling reality of the content of The New Olympias Theatre Company’s show Benchmarks.
Here's the incentive you've been waiting for to get off your ass and donate those winter goods you've kept aside for those in need.
It may be something that you have never thought about before, but Essentials 4 Women SA is bringing the issue to the forefront... Want to know more? Read on...
Hutt St Centre and Splash Adelaide are working together to bring fresh salad to the South East Park Lands with “Herbie on Hutt” a solar powered mobile garden installed on the corner of Hutt Road and South Terrace.
The Highway are introducing their inaugural "Hot August Nights", where you can enjoy a comforting chilli themed menu all in the name of charity.
With an increasing demand for its service, Hutt St Centre is again calling for people to walk a mile in the boots of a person who is homeless on Friday 7 August and experience for just one hour what it’s like for Adelaide’s homeless.
How a vineyard of homeless grapes, a bunch of mofos and the McLaren Vale wine community came together in 2 days to change the lives of Adelaide’s homeless.
Social enterprise The Big Issue is calling on corporate Australia to join a campaign to support homeless and disadvantaged women by subscribing to its magazine.
Enjoy Sunday lunch with a difference at the Adelaide Central Market to help raise money for homeless and disadvantaged South Australians on July 27.
Leading Adelaide charity HYPA is claiming 10 October’s World Homeless Day as Couch Day in Melbourne and Adelaide to shine a spotlight on couch surfing as a prevalent but largely hidden form of youth homelessness in Australia.
Peter will join business and community leaders in capital cities around Australia by experiencing life on the streets in an effort to raise awareness and money for St Vincent de Paul’s homeless services.
Put yourself in the boots of Adelaide's homeless by doing the "Walk A Mile In My Boots" and support the Hutt Street Centre, from North Terrace to South Terrace this Friday 6 August from 7.30am to coincide with National Homeless Week.
The Glenelg art gallery is celebrating the opening of their new exhibition space and will be giving part profits to the Hutt St center for the homeless.
So far, 44 South Australian CEOs have registered to spend a night sleeping rough as part of St Vincent de Paul's CEO Sleepout on June 17th 2010.