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Homelessness & Affordable Housing Impact Stories

Homie street store

HoMie is a non-profit Melbourne street-wear label and clothing store that provides new clothing, retail training, and job opportunities to people experiencing homelessness in Melbourne.

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$2 million to build new homes for low-income families

The Affordable Housing Loan Fund announces its first loan of $2 million to Habitat for Humanity, Victoria

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Ozanam House Redevelopment to Help End Homelessness

With a renewed focus to permanently end homelessness in North Melbourne and surrounding suburbs, VincentCare Victoria is redeveloping its Ozanam House.

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Justice Connect: Women's Homelessness Prevention Project

This project is enabling women – many who have experienced family violence to maintain access to safe housing through legal representation and social work support.

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HomeGround Real Estate

A grant of $50,000 from the Foundation has helped kick-start HomeGround Real Estate, an exciting new social enterprise developed to tackle the issue of affordable housing in Melbourne.

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Preventing Homelessness in Older CALD Communities

A twelve-month project led by Housing for the Aged Action Group is addressing the housing information needs of older people from different cultural backgrounds.

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