Partnerships underpin all of Kids Under Cover’s work, from our program service delivery model, to our connections with our community, government and corporate organisations.

Our success relies heavily on our partnerships with more than 70 Community Service Organisation (CSO) members to ensure our work reaches those who need it most and that young people are given the right level of support.

We also rely on our funding partners, from government and corporate organisations right through to our philanthropic grants and the individuals who donate in support of our work. Without them, we simply would not have the resources or funds to carry out our work.

Corporate volunteer builders

National Partnership Program

We are deeply grateful to our corporate partners & supporters for their commitment to our work. If you'd like to discuss partnership opportunities, please email us,

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Philanthropic Supporters

Grants and gifts from philanthropic partners such as Trusts and Foundations are essential to our ability to support young people at risk of homelessness. Our

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Minister Martin Foley and Noraine family

Government Support

  Kids Under Cover enjoys a positive and constructive relationship with the Victorian Government and we are grateful for the support we received from the Office

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YouTube video of Baroness Williams talking about homelessness

Sleeping rough isn’t a lifestyle choice

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

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Corwd at Run Melbourne

Get Involved

Want to get involved?  Together we can make a difference! There are a variety of ways to be involved in the work that we do at

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Ken and Lenka

Our Story

Our founder's story For almost 30 years  Kids Under Cover has grown and adapted to changing needs, but the vision of our founder remains at the

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Partnerships bring benefits for all

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