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 message from the desk of our CEO Jo Swift from our Autumn 2021 Newsletter.
Our annual program evaluations demonstrate the life changing impact of our studio and scholarship programs. Each year we talk to our carers and families, and here are the results for 2021.
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 of her children in a small social housing home.
Elaine Forde AM is a long term supporter of Kids Under Cover, and has chosen to leave a gift in her Will to continue her legacy.
Our partners at Oracle recently invited us along to be part of the Oracle Construction Technology Summit. We had a great day at our booth
It’s hard to imagine what it’s like to have eight people living in a three-bedroom unit. This was the reality for carer Renee* and her
What a special moment to have the Minister for Housing, The Hon. Richard Wynne present the keys to our 1000th studio to carer, Norma. Norma says
When organisations with a shared passion collaborate, life-changing impact is possible. This is exactly what happened when Kids Under Cover, Choice Hotels and South East
In 2001, Ali and his family fled Iraq and arrived in Australia as refugees, spending some time in detention. After leaving detention and moving between
How four walls can prevent youth homelessness For many young people, the privacy of four walls to themselves is a luxury they don’t have. Australia
How can you do your homework when you don’t have a home? Year 11 student Paige Baker confronted this dilemma more times than she cared
Imagine a future with no youth homelessness. That’s the future envisaged by the team at Kids Under Cover, a not-for-profit aiming to break the cycle