INVITATION: 2017 Annual General Meeting

Join us in celebrating the achievements of young people, our teams, and the wonderful community contributions that help Hope Street support young people and young families experiencing homelessness.

Featuring:

  • Guest Speaker Dr Daniel Ooi, Social Work Program, Victoria University
  • Hope Street’s young people

Light refreshments provided.

When: Thursday 30 November 2017; 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Where: Hope Street Community Hall
215 Coburns Road
Melton West VIC 3337
RSVP: Email by Thursday 23 November 2017

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New Melton youth refuge is on its way

Hope Street CEO, Donna Bennett, is thrilled to announce that the Victorian Government has allocated further vital funding for the Hope Street First Response Youth Service in Melton.

Dear Supporters and Friends of Hope Street

The additional $1.276 million for the Hope Street First Response Youth Service in Melton brings the State Government's total contribution to $2.476 million towards the capital build cost of the specialist youth supported crisis accommodation centre (youth refuge).  We are very grateful to the State Government for their commitment to the project which will provide support and accommodation to young people and young families in crisis as a result of and impacted by homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless in the municipality of Melton and neighbouring communities.

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