Supporter Stories

Making a Difference is Easy!

Without the support of our generous donors, we could not continue to support young people at risk of homelessness.  Support comes in many forms and sizes, every donation no matter the size helps to make a difference.  Here are just some of the stories from people who have shown their support of the work that we do by making a donation, some cash donations, some by donating a car, and some who have organised their own fundraising event to raise awareness of youth homelessness and the work that we do and money to ensure we can continue that work.

Luke Bott and his car

Giving Back by Giving Up

Urban Planner Decides on 'Active Transport' and Donates Beloved Ute Luke Bott is a man who likes to practice what he preaches. This led him to part

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Martin Runs Cootamundra

Martin Runs Through Coota Every year, Martin Murley raises money to prevent youth homelessness at Run Melbourne. He couldn’t make it in 2016, so he mapped his own country

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Tradie Donates for a Second Time

 Tradie Donates for a Second Time Four years ago, when the Donate Your Car® program was still in its early days, Jonathon – who goes by Jono

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Making A Difference At Any Age

We Can All Make A Difference, No Matter How Young! How many five-year-old’s would agree to give up birthday presents to help young people at risk of

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Doughie Delivers Last Run For Kids

Retired School Bus Helps Prevent Youth Homelessness After 10 years of running the Donate Your Car® program, Kids Under Cover received the very first bus

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Mighty Whitey's Final Journey

Mighty Whitey – The Stork of Steel When Hilary, 37 and her husband Chris bought their white 1996 Ford Falcon it instantly became part of their family.

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The Perfect Goodbye

Giving Up Driving Can Have A Happy Ending - Most of us remember our first car. From the first dollar saved, the thought of owning our

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Studios Make a Significant Difference

The difference a Kids Under Cover studio makes to the lives of young people and their carers can be life changing

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