The Plate-Up Project offers a safe learning environment for people fleeing domestic violence and experiencing homelessness. Many women who experience domestic abuse are also victims of financial abuse, which keeps them trapped in a vicious cycle. We assist them while they gain new cooking, hospitality and employment skills in real-life environments with trained professionals.
Participants from previous Plate Up courses say that the benefits of the program prove to be life changing as it gives them something to look forward to and truly improves their chances of finding employment.
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Amazing news! We’re so pleased to announce a $9800 grant from the City of Port Philip to extend the Plate Up Project for another round. Thank you for believing in us and supporting us.
We are absolutely thrilled to finally be able to announce that The Plate Up Project was chosen as the winner of Sunsuper‘s Dreams For a Better World, round 2. We want to thank each and every one of you voted, shared, Liked and commented. It means the absolute world, not only to us
How do you find employment when you’re homeless? How do you get a job, or even get to a job interview when you’re sleeping in a park or under a bridge and you don’t even have clean clothes or a phone? How do you get past the barriers homelessness brings