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.
Read the first CEO Message from our new CEO Stephen Nash.
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.
When the doors close during lockdown on a house with too few rooms for too many people, the obvious response from a teenager is to want to get out.
In a year when so much schooling was done at home during lockdowns, Junior can’t imagine how he would have got through his VCE had
“It felt very weird for me as Holly’s mum when she was living in homelessness accommodation. I felt as though I’d failed as a parent
Derek Layfield is Managing Director of Ortech Industries and has enjoyed a productive relationship with Kids Under Cover for more than 25 years. Ortech produce
Every year, the impact of Kids Under Cover’s work for families is measured by independent researchers, DBM Consultants. These annual program evaluations help to demonstrate
When Lincoln showed us a TV news report he produced for a student YouTube channel we thought it might have been a clip from the
The Council for Homeless Persons’ Victorian Homelessness Achievement Awards recognise individuals, programs, organisations or partnerships that have made an outstanding contribution to preventing or ending
A Ford Mustang GT Fastback is set to raise much needed funds to help Kids Under Cover prevent youth homelessness. Kids Under Cover, Australia’s leading
Kids Under Cover has appointed experienced homelessness campaigner Stephen Nash to continue its work preventing homelessness of vulnerable young people. Mr Nash has dedicated his