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.
Kids Under Cover announces experienced homelessness campaigner Stephen Nash as its new CEO.
A Melbourne academic believes more innovative forms of accommodation could fix Australia’s escalating youth homelessness crisis.
Lidia and her family have received our first Kids Under Cover studio in South Australia, as part of our interstate expansion plot. She shares her family's story and what the studio means to them.
Kids Under Cover, Australia’s leading youth homelessness prevention organisation, received a Ford Mustang GT Fastback 5.0 V8 as a donation through their Donate Your Car Program.
The heart of Australia is calling you to Hike for Youth Homelessness. Are you in? There are only five spots left! On this incredible adventure,
Additional funding from the Victorian Government will support the rehabilitation of young people transitioning out of youth justice. The Victorian Government have today announced a
August 1-7 marks Homelessness Week 2021. The week raises awareness of the homelessness crisis in Australia and the actions needed to end homelessness. The theme
After 18 wonderful years at Kids Under Cover, Jo Swift has announced her resignation as CEO, effective December 2021. Jo was appointed CEO of Kids
‘A new place to call home’ is key to ending youth homelessness A Melbourne academic believes more innovative forms of accommodation could fix Australia’s escalating
Elaine Forde AM is a long-term supporter of Kids Under Cover. She was recently appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her
The life-changing impact Kids Under Cover has for young people and families is clearly demonstrated through our annual program evaluations. The evaluation looks at both
You may remember reading Dorothy and Tilly’s story with our urgent plea for support in December. We’re so pleased to share that thanks to your