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  • Community development and homelessness

    Today's launch of The Role of Community Development in Responding to Homelessness edition of the Council to Homeless Persons' Parity magazine has highlighted how essential community support is for helping those at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

    Community development brings together members of the local community to enable members to identify and develop actions to address local needs.

  • Parity Launch

    On 24 August 2016, the Honourable Martin Foley, Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing, Minister for Mental Health, Minister for Equality and Minister for Creative Industries launched the Council to Homeless Persons' edition of Parity magazine titled The Role of Community Development in Responding to Homelessness.

    Hope Street CEO, Donna Bennett, and Service Development Manager, Bruce Tucker, have contributed two articles on community development and homelessness in this edition.

  • My Hope Street Big Fat Fundraiser - Update

    Fantastic fundraiser helps to build better futures for young people!

    The My Hope Street Big Fat Fundraiser was held on Friday 24 June 2016 at Hellenic Republic in Kew, and was proudly organised by the Hope Street Corporate Committee with special thanks to Upfront Events. Guests were treated to a banquet of sumptuous Greek food, delectable wines, live and silent auctions and great prizes. The entertainment consisted of bouzouki players, a keyboard musician and a renowned Melbourne comedian.

  • More houses for people

    Hope Street is proud to be a part of the North and West Local Area Services Networks’ More houses for people, a year-long campaign kicking off during Homelessness Prevention Week.

    Hope Street’s CEO, Donna Bennett, is the chair of the Northern Local Area Services Network and she MC'd the campaign launch on Thursday 06 August 2015 at the Global Learning Centre in Broadmeadows.  The event included guest speakers, music, distribution of campaign postcards, selling of campaign t-shirts and a strong message that there are a number of doable strategies to solve homelessness experienced by over 22,000 Victorians each day - in particular, governments investing in affordable housing. 

  • BOOM! Gold Stars Launch CD

    Homeless youth shine while sharing their experiences through music.

    On 24 June 2015, Hope Street hosted the Gold Stars CD launch, BOOM! BOOM is a compilation of songs written, produced and sung by young people who, for various reasons, have done it tough.  The songs are largely about their stories, they speak truth about life, with a whole lot of funk! 

  • Christmas in July: Update

    The end of July brought the beginnings of new business contacts, knowledge about Hope Street — and early Christmas tidings!

    On Thursday 30 July, a number of guests celebrated the festive season at a fabulous networking and fundraising morning presented by Q Networking Group in Kew. 

    The Q Networking Group Christmas in July was a great success. A past Hope Street client, Connor, was the star of the show. Connor spoke to the Q Networking Group guests about his experience of Hope Street and how he was enabled to remain at school (he is currently completing Year 12) and finally find stable accommodation.

  • Hope Street launch their Enhanced Youth Refuge Initiative evaluation report

    The Federal Member for Wills and Secretary of Trade, Kelvin Thomson launched the Hope Street BOOST Program Evaluation Final Report, July 2013, Dr K. Jones and Dr L. Costello AHURI to an attentive group of community service organisations, local government officials and staff, the North Division Hume Moreland Area Director and supporters, on Monday the 5th of August in Coburg North.  

Skills for Life 101

Skills for Life 101

Hope Street is facilitating several workshops as part of our Skills for Life 101 project:

  • Cook with a chef to get the basics
  • Learn the tricks to get the bills paid on time
  • Get a health check up
  • Study up and get the low down on getting a learner’s permit or licence
  • Love Me Day
  • ‘Smell the Coffee’ Barista Training
  • Learn the art of art. And lots more!

Coming soon to you!

Eligibility: Hope Street Clients
Duration: Check our Calendar for details
Cost: Free

Please contact us if you are interested in participating in or facilitating a workshop.
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