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
A Current Affair took a closer look at the tiny home movement and our very own social enterprise, Nestd featured. Flat-pack housing offers a residence in a box – “the house of the future”.
The ABS today released the 2016 Census data, showing that 24,817 Victorians were counted as homeless in 2016
The Victorian Governments $45m plan includes Kids Under Cover's innovative Studio Program model.
Kids Under Cover welcomes additional provision for homelessness services
Globally, we are facing a serious issue with youth homelessness. Although the 1.8 billion young people aged 10-24 on our planet form a diverse group,
A new study from the US has shed light on the harsh toll of homelessness on youth. The research from the University of California, Berkeley,
It’s a grave misconception that young people become homeless by choice. The issues that lead someone to become homeless are complex and varied. For at-risk
Young Australians want to for work for employers who offer workplace giving, according to new research conducted by the Social Impact Hub, in collaboration with the
On 28 March 2016 Waleed Aly delivered a compelling editorial on Channel Ten’s The Project slamming cuts to federal funding for community services programs. These cuts, Aly argued,
As Kids Under Cover CEO Jo Swift says: “It’s a grave misconception young people become homeless by choice. The reality is vastly different: homelessness occurs
Kids Under Cover is one of the charities of choice with Goodwill Bills, an initiative which allows you to donate money to your favourite cause
Funding allows longer-term planning Kids Under Cover today welcomed an unprecedented $3.39 million funding commitment over three years from the Victorian Government for early intervention