Published on Tuesday 12 November 2019, 4:00pm
Hope Street has the following career opportunities for people to join one of our teams:
Published on Tuesday 12 November 2019, 3:00pm
The Hope Street First Response Youth Mobile Outreach Service, a youth homelessness service that operates in the Melton area, ran an Olympic Relay Medley on Thursday 7 November to raise awareness and support for local youth homelessness.
The event, called Help Us Help Them, took place at Melton Waves where service providers, government, businesses and organisations from the Melton community were invited to compete as a team in the fun Olympics, including three events:Read more...
Published on Tuesday 12 November 2019, 1:00pm
A much-loved Brunswick ethical roastery and café celebrated its 10-year anniversary in October by raising funds for young people who are experiencing homelessness.
Wide Open Road, situated at 274 Barkly Street, donated proceeds from all coffees sold between 18 and 20 October 2019 to Hope Street Youth and Family Services, a specialist youth homelessness service provider. Hope Street operates a youth refuge in Brunswick that provides supported crisis accommodation to young people and young families who are experiencing homelessness.
Hootan Heydari, Co-founder of Wide Open Road, said the team elected to mark their 10-year anniversary by giving back to the community. "Marking our 10-year anniversary by supporting our community’s most vulnerable people – young people who are homeless – feels fitting to us. Whilst we love coffee as a product, what actually keeps us going are the people and the communities that support and are supported by coffee," he said.Read more...
Published on Friday 01 November 2019, 5:30pm
For Hope Street, 2018-2019 was a year for building hope, both literally and metaphorically. Please join us as we celebrate the achievements of Hope Street’s teams, young people and the partners and supporters behind our impact.Read more...
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