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
Join us at one of the many events taking place throughout the year. Making a difference is as easy as attending a fundraising event or as challenging as participating in an event such as Run Melbourne.
Below is more information on the different events and opportunities available to get involved with and start making a difference today!
2017 Cubby House Challenge®
The largest and most high-profile fundraising activity on the Kids Under Cover calendar, the 9th Cubby House Challenge® has broken all records! Read more >
Project 7:30 Photographic Exhibition
This is a unique opportunity for 30 photographers to come together for a special photographic collaboration.
Photographing the streets of Melbourne, edit, print Read more >
Register Now for Run Melbourne 2017!
Mark Sunday 30 July 2017 in your calendar and join the Kids Under Cover Run Melbourne team.
There’s a race for everyone Read more >
Are you looking for your next challenge? Why not take on a fun run on behalf of Kids Under Cover and help prevent youth Read more >
Sign up and take on a swim challenge and fundraise for Kids Under Cover, below are a range of swims that are coming up.
The Bloody Read more >
If you would like to take on a run for Kids Under Cover then contact our fundraising team today to get your fundraising pack which Read more >
There are Many Ways to Make a Difference!
Take action and help prevent youth homelessness. Your fundraising event can be big or small - you decide Read more >
There is literally hundreds of fun, unique and easy ways individuals, groups and businesses can raise funds to prevent youth homelessness. You can actually turn Read more >
2017 Cubby House Challenge® event