Despite torrential rain, South Australia's Vinnies CEO Sleeout has smashed previous records, raising over $900k!
Following the end of Jobkeeper and cuts to Jobseeker, Vinnies is calling for donations to help support the rising number of people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, including children.
The Hutt Street Centre and Catherine House have long been a place of refuge for those doing it tough and are bracing themselves for a devastating cut of $2.4 million combined.
The Adelaide Zero Project aims to achieve Functional Zero homelessness in Adelaide’s CBD within two years—Functional Zero homelessness is reached when the number of people who are homeless in a city on any given night is no greater than the housing placement availability for that night—and is reduced over time.
There are 6,000 people experiencing homelessness in South Australia alone. That's 6,000 too many. Join The Hutt Street Centre on Friday 10th August for their annual Walk A Mile In My Boots charity event.
Wine lovers, The Homeless Grapes Project needs your help! Australia's favourite online wine vendor Vinomofo is calling all wine enthusiasts, casual drinkers and sneaky tipplers to lend a hand and help out with the Homeless Grapes Project this weekend!
Welcome the newest addition to Whitmore Square - Cafe Outside The Square. Slip under the vine-covered verandah, remnants of the once renowned Iliad Greek restaurant, to find Adelaide's biggest hearted cafes.
Magill Sunrise Rotary’s 6th Annual Reel Event Showcases South Australian Short Films, with all Proceeds to Youth & Homelessness Programs
Some food loving South Australians have united for The Great Food Rescue Race and you can help too...
Join in the walk to raise money for the LGBTIQ community this Mental Health Week
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.
The kitchen and cooking skills of the country’s top business leaders will be put on show at the annual OzHarvest CEO CookOff on Monday 2 March.
If you’ve ever spilt coffee on your clothes and said “worse day ever” or talked to your friends about how busy you are and all you want “is a night in on the couch”, it’s probably time you took a break from those first world problems and walked a mile in someone else’s boots.