Homeless youth on stairs

JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST HOMELESSNESS

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More than 116,000 Australians find themselves homeless any given night of the year.

 


On the night of Friday 30 August, UniSA will be hosting a community sleepout on the Amy Wheaton Lawns at UniSA Magill campus to raise funds to support Vinnies's homeless services in South Australia. 


Homelessness is a growing problem; more people than ever are turning to Vinnies for help. With your support they can continue to provide a hand up, not just a handout to assist thousands of homeless people every night.

If you have any questions then get in touch with the UniSA Volunteering team at volunteering@unisa.edu.au.

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Supported by Vinnies Community Sleepout

 

Thank you to our sponsors

      

DID YOU KNOW?

$30 will provide someone a bed for a night when in need of crisis accommodation

$75 will provide for a course in life skills: cooking, how to prepare for a job interview or basic computing skills at TAFE

$100 can provide for one week's accommodation for women escaping domestic violence

$200 will enable a group of children to take part in school holiday programs

$1000 can prevent a family from being evicted from their home


Donate

Unable to sleep out? 
Donate to the UniSA fundraiser instead! 
All donations can be made anonymously 
and are tax deductable.

 

Homelessness can affect anyone.
Your support will assist hundreds 
of families just like Amy's.

 

COMMUNITY SLEEPOUT 2017/2018

UniSA+ Seal: Professional and Personal Development 1 hour

This event is endorsed by The UniSA+ Award and can be claimed for 11 hours in the Community Engagement category under the Global and Social Engagement Pillar.

FAQs

Yes, if you are a UniSA student. Any members of the community under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Yes, as long as you are over the age of 18, any members of the community are eligible to participate and join the fight against homelessness at the UniSA Community Sleepout.