Are you ready to help put youth homelessness to bed?

Our aim is for all young people to reconnect with their family and community. Or where that isn’t possible, to be able to access safe, stable accommodation, and the right support to enable young people to move beyond their experience of homelessness to become positive, independent, contributing members of society.

But we need your help.

By fundraising, you are raising essential funds to help break the cycle of homelessness, thereby supporting more young people to lead positive lives.

Continue your generous fundraising by approaching and sharing with everyone that you are sleeping at the MCG on Wednesday 10 May to raise funds to address a chasm in youth housing.

Donate today. We’ve got plenty of tips and resources to help you get started. All donations $2 and over are tax deductible.

Here's what your fundraising dollars can achieve


Can provide a supermarket voucher for fresh food & essentials


Can provide one night's emergency accommodation


Can provide the cost of utilities for one month


Can provide items or appliances when setting up a new home


Can put a young person through a Life Skills program where they learn to prepare healthy meals & manage a weekly budget


Can provide long-term counselling & mediation services for family reconciliation


Can provide the cost of six months rent in a safe & secure home


Can purchase a two-bedroom dedicated youth home

Resources to help you get started on your fundraising journey

Fundraising tips

Smash your goal with these top fundraising tips! Or if you've never done any fundraising before don't stress as we're here to help! We've got lots of helpful hints and tips to get you on your way.

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Fundraising resources

Make your fundraising efforts easy and fun by downloading resources we've created to help you promote your fundraising activities! You’ll be smashing your goal in no time!

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Hear from the people we support

Meet Ali

"Dad left home when I was little, so I never really knew him. I didn’t have any contact with him after I was four."

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Meet Sally I Sleep At The G

Meet Sally

"My Dad and I were always close. Mum passed away when I was 7 and I didn’t have any brothers or sisters, so it was just the two of us for a really long time."

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Meet Cass I Sleep At The G

Meet Cass

"Both my parents were drug addicted and violent, and I was in and out of foster care until age 6. My foster care experience was extremely traumatic."

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