Hope Street actively seeks opportunities for Community, Corporate, Government and Philanthropic partnerships to help us deliver oustanding responsive services to young people and their families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.  If you would like to support homeless youth, see our Partnerships page for details.

Woodgrove Shopping Centre

Woodgrove Shopping Centre has nominated Hope Street as its preferred charity. The partnership will support young people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness, through fundraising events and awareness raising initiatives.


Gandel Philanthropy

Gandel Philanthropy is one of the partners in our Hope to Home in Melton Program that will help 30 young people and their children transition into private rental accommodation.


Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation

The Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation provides funding for our Hope to Home in Whittlesea project. Many young people face obstacles when trying to secure stable accommodation due to their lack of rental history, lack of affordability, lack of employment to sustain the lease, lack of stock and perceived discrimination.


Victoria Law Foundation

The Victoria Law Foundation is a funding partner in our Justice for Homeless Youth project which will provide youth-focused workshops on a range of legal topics relevant to homeless young people.

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