Safe Sleep for LGBTIQ Youth

Over the last couple of days, we have seen a millionaire sports star crowdfund for the purpose of “fighting for what’s right”.... that’s code for wanting to spread hateful and homophobic views, with no consequence from their employer. Youth who identify as LGBTIQ, the very group being targeted,  are over-represented

A Force For Good

Thank you MiNDFOOD.COM for recognising our amazing CEO and our recent venture, an Op Shop with difference, The Kala Space. Please find the article below and take the time to find our more about what we are trying to achieve in making change in the world.

Sleeping Bags Saving Lives

Firstly I want to thank everyone for their support and generosity. Across Australia people are dying due to the cold of winter. Those sleeping rough need your help and through our Sleeping Bags for Homelessness project you can help. Last year with your help we distributed thousands of these subzero

In Loving Memory of Courtney

There is no sound in this world to me more heartbreaking than the cries of a Mother as she buries her child. The confusion and reality, surrealism and truth of what is happening intertwine until you get to a space where nothing makes sense at all anymore. Yet somehow your body

Sad But True

Please take the time to read this article from our Founder and CEO. She took this call today Thursday 30th May 2019. The phone call I received today shouldn’t have surprised me, but it frustrated me so much more than usual. There was nothing unusual about the call itself though.

The Kala Space

Did you know we have an Op Shop that directly provides employment for women experiencing homelessness and domestic abuse? 100% of every sale provides wages for women in need, to help them afford to live and not have to sleep in parks. The Kala Space 50 Lygon Street Brunswick East.

Courtney Herron Funeral Fundraiser

On May 25 Courtney Herron was brutally murdered in Melbourne. Courtney had no safe place to call home and became the victim of yet another crime of violence against women. She was taken from her family far too soon and her death was  We’re raising money to cover the costs

Plate Up Project

Apr27 The Plate Up Project is a new homelessness and domestic violence initiative launched in Melbourne to offer people fleeing domestic violence and experiencing homelessness a hand up, not a hand out. Launched by National Homeless Collective, the charity who also coordinate Melbourne Period Project and The School Project, the