National Homeless Collective is a grassroots Australian charity that creates solutions to complex issues arising from homelessness, domestic violence, and social disadvantage.
We create 'Projects’ that respond to the needs of people living in crisis and distress. In all of our work, we ensure we centre the needs of those we’re assisting as well as customs of Indigenous and LGBTIQ+ people.
Since 2015, we have created six sub charities including; Period Project, School Project, Plate Up Project, Sleeping Bags for the Homeless, and Secret Women's Business.
Our charity employs women currently experiencing homeless as well as those at risk. National Homeless Collective's board is entirely volunteer-run and comprises of 90% women and 60% Indigenous people.