The Good Box hopes to lighten the weight of women experiencing homelessness due to Domestic Violence and remind them that they deserve respect as well as the opportunity to feel appreciated and beautiful.
With over 300 vulnerable South Australians in short-term motel accommodation during lockdown the government will continue this support going forward.
East End Cellars Soup Kitchen is back and Masterchef's Laura Sharrad is cooking up a storm this week, with all proceeds going to the Hutt Street Centre.
This Friday you can support the Hutt Street Centre by purchasing a burger from Hello Harry at either of their Adelaide locations.
Soup&Sleep are teaming up with icon Maggie Beer to give relief to South Aussies in need due to recent government funding cuts.
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.
Tasting Australia has teamed up with Forage Built and Hutt St Centre to help raise money for portable housing solutions for the homeless.
Features of the refurbishment include A private retreat where families can find comfort and safety and Medical treatment rooms for clients to connect with specialist health services.
Vinomofo’s Homeless Grapes Project returns to McLaren Vale.
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.
No plans for lunch this Wednesday? Head over to the East End Cellars and support a wonderful cause as the 'City Soup Project' launches today!
It's like a childhood dream come true with an incredible cause behind it.
'The Power of Four' gala evening will feature special guest appearances by former AFL players Daniel Motlop and Gavin Wanganeen as part of an impassioned fundraiser supporting the Hutt Street Centre.
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.
Paracombe Wines have teamed with the Hutt Street Centre this winter to support those living on the streets of Adelaide. Here's how you can get involved.
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.
This spring there’s something in the air as Castle Plaza launches an array of spring-themed fashion and beauty activities across the centre.
It’s time for wineries all across South Australia to dust off the touch footy boots and limber up for the battle of the year - Hutt Street Centre’s 2011 Touch Wine competition.
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.