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
Kids Under Cover supports vulnerable young people at risk of homelessness by building studios
There are many ways to get involved and help at-risk young people and their families.
Take action and help prevent youth homelessness. Your fundraising event can be big or small – you decide and we will be there to support you every step of the way.
Our vision is that no young person is homeless in our community. With 116,000 homeless Australians each night, 21,940 of which are under the age of 18, there is still a way to go and you can help.
Fundraising in the community is an essential part of Kids Under Cover’s fundraising activity. Community fundraising events are fun, provide a service, and the proceeds can help change the lives of young people at-risk of homelessness.
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Join our 2017 Run Melbourne Team!
Kids Under Cover long-time supporter, A1 Office is holding a fundraising gala dinner to raise funds to support our work in preventing youth homelessness.
Workplace Giving is an easy and effective way to help your employees make a difference and show them that they can personally contribute to preventing youth homelessness.
Parachuute is a car-pooling app for parents to manage their kids’ transport needs. Parachuute has been designed and built in Melbourne
Having supportive partnerships and building strong relationships is imperative to ensuring the longevity of our Studio and Scholarship Programs.
Donate Your Car® offers an easy, fast and free alternative to selling or trading your car, van or other vehicle.
If you would like to take on a run for Kids Under Cover contact our fundraising team today to get your fundraising pack.
There is literally hundreds of fun, unique and easy ways individuals, groups and businesses can raise funds to prevent youth homelessness.
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