Elderly homelessness in Australia: why are women at risk?
Research shows that 1 in 6 homeless people are aged 55 or older, while over the past decade the number of older homeless people increased by 49%. We examine the daily reality of being homeless, and why elderly women in particular are so at risk.
Teaching young men how to be top blokes
Like many young men, Tom struggled to manage his emotions when faced with challenges like unemployment. Thanks to Community Grant recipient Top Blokes Foundation, he discovered how to make better choices.
Sisters of Charity Foundation meets with domestic violence survivors
Foundation staff and supporters had the rare opportunity to meet domestic violence survivors and the inspirational women who help them, during a visit to Moving Forward in late 2019.
How Tina and Natalie found stability at Providence House
Refugee Week 2020 is all about Celebrating the Year of Welcome – exactly what we seek to do with our Asylum Seekers Housing Program, which helps refugees and asylum seekers like Tina and Natalie find a place to call home.
How has COVID-19 impacted victims of domestic violence in Australia?
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown orders in Australia have had an unprecedented impact on domestic violence, the effects of which will be felt for years to come.
Helping at-risk Aboriginal youth rediscover their country
A Community Grant provided a small group of Aboriginal youth with a fabulous 5-day educational camp in remote South Australia.
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