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Homes for All

Statewide Tasmania

As part of Homelessness Week, Centacare Evolve Housing and St Joseph Affordable Homes are seeking support from your school, councils and libraries to raise awareness of people experiencing homelessness, create an understanding of support services and community housing, and inspire action needed to achieve enduring solutions. We are asking students to decorate houses printed on card or create a big ...

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Action August and Homelessness Week Launch

Glenorchy Library 4 Terry St, Glenorchy

Throughout August Glenorchy City Council will be working with Glenorchy Library to collect dry and tinned food for people who are experiencing homelessness, as well as items for their pets. Drop off your donations to Glenorchy Library and they will be distributed via Salvos Glenorchy. A Homelessness Week launch event will also take place at Genorchy Library, details to come. ...

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Light Up Tasmania Purple for Homelessness Week

Statewide Tasmania

Let’s light up Tasmania purple to raise awareness during Homelessness Week! This year, Homelessness Week includes a wide range of activities and events, including purple lights – the colour of homelessness awareness – for the first time. Keep a look out around Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and Ulverstone, as public buildings and landmarks will be illuminated purple all week to give visibility ...

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Everybody’s Home Campaign

Online e-Room Event

Everybody's Home is the national campaign to fix Australia's housing crisis. This Homelessness Week, Everybody's Home is launching a petition calling on Treasurer Jim Chalmers to invest in social housing and an increase in Commonwealth Rent Assistance. Lend your support to this important campaign, by heading over to the Everybody's home website to sign the petition.    

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‘I am Somebody’ Launch and Online Exhibition

Various locations throughout southern Tas + online

The City of Hobart Housing with Dignity Reference Group presents 'I am Somebody'. This is the project's third iteration, which shares the diverse reality of homelessness through interview and image. The personal and moving videos in this year’s collection highlight the strength and resilience of local people who have experienced or who still are experiencing homelessness. Back for Homelessness Week ...

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Hats for Homelessness

Southern Tasmania Greater Hobart

Colony 47 is inviting you to take part in their annual Hats for Homelessness event, a fun and simple way to raise awareness of and facilitate conversations about homelessness in Tasmania, while also raising funds for the work of Colony 47 in youth housing initiatives. Homelessness Week raises awareness of people experiencing homelessness, the issues they face and the action ...

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Bethlehem House Employability Expo

Hobart Town Hall 50 Macquarie Street, Hobart

The Employability Expo intends to raise awareness around the significant influence employment has on reducing repeat homelessness, and to encourage other employers to sign up to hire residents from Bethlehem House, and more broadly to become inclusive employers in our community. On the day, we will provide information from multiple sources to address the barriers for employers around hiring people ...

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Derwent Valley Homelessness Week Event

Derwent Valley Racecourse Kensington St, New Norfolk

Support homelessness awareness in the Derwent Valley! The Salvation Army are holding a sausage sizzle at the Derwent Valley Racecourse (Kensington St, New Norfolk) on Wednesday the 3rd of August to support local residents and highlight homelessness issues in the area.

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‘Some Happy Day’ Film Screening

Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre, UTas Newham Drive, Newnham

As part of national Homelessness Week, the Launceston Benevolent Society invites you to a screening of the Australian film Some Happy Day (MA15+), to promote awareness of the experience of homelessness in Launceston. Some Happy Day is a story about Tina, a homeless woman in desperate search of a better life, who meets Frances, a social worker with troubles of ...

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