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.
A Melbourne academic believes more innovative forms of accommodation could fix Australia’s escalating youth homelessness crisis.
A message from the desk of our CEO Jo Swift from our Spring 2021 Newsletter.
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.
The heart of Australia is calling you to hike for youth homelessness. Are you in? There are only five spots left!
Teenage years can often be turbulent, but this was especially true for Taylar who spent her early teens between different homes and without much stability
Life turned upside down for Amanda and her three kids when they welcomed an additional six children to their home. First Amanda became the carer
Fiona has a special connection to the car she donated and wanted to make sure she honored her Nana when she parted with it. She
A Few Good Folkers (FGF) is a network of Victorian business owners and entrepreneurs who have hosted many functions to raise funds for community organisations
Mandy’s love for her children and grandchildren knows no bounds. She recently took on the full-time care of her three grandchildren, joining her and three
Ian is one of our wonderful Maintenance Technicians. He keeps the studios in top condition, ensuring our young people have a safe and secure place to
The road leading to a Kids Under Cover studio is always unique and often tumultuous. This was certainly the case for single mother of three,
Thanks to your generosity, when a young person receives a Kids Under Cover studio, the entire family benefits. Caitlyn shares the life-changing difference she experienced