Kids Under Cover is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to preventing youth homelessness.
We offer young people the unique combination of supported housing options with scholarships
There are many ways to get involved and help at-risk young people and their families.
Kids Under Cover supports vulnerable young people at risk of homelessness by building studios
YES Partnerships underpin all of Kids Under Cover’s work
Find out more about youth homelessness, our news, our publications and current research
The heavy rain in Melbourne has flooded our offices and we are now working remotely with skeleton staff and resources.
If you have a studio maintenance query please contact our maintenance team at Harris HMC on (03) 9090 8987.
We are still taking new car donations so please click the button above for more information.
If you have any other Donate Your Car® query please email us at email@example.com and our team will reply to you just as soon as we can.
For any other Kids Under Cover query please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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We work closely with Community Service Organisations to identify young people or families who need our help. If you are in crisis, please click for info on emergency assistance.
A little of your time, even a small donation can make a big difference to someone in need. Volunteers & community fundraisers are crucial to our work.
Your donation today will help carers provide young people at risk with a stable and secure environment and improve their connection to school, family and community.
There are a lot of misconceptions about homelessness and who it affects. One certainty is that prevention is better than cure.
+ young people supported
+ cars donated
+ studios on the ground
+ scholarships awarded
Read the stories of some of the families Kids Under Cover has been able to help with the generous support of our partners and donors.
“Jess was on a dark path. What she experienced as a child I wouldn’t wish on anyone … if we didn’t have the studio, Jess would have been forced to leave.” Thomas, Jess’s foster brother