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Posted 20-03-2014
'Home for Good' to help Brisbane's homeless

An army of volunteers will hit the streets for the largest ever grass roots assessment of Queensland’s homeless population, as part of a new campaign to tackle homelessness.

The Queensland Government’s new Home for Good initiative will commence with a two-week ‘registry’ project in Brisbane to fill gaps in current homelessness data and give service providers the ability to match people with the support they need to get their lives back on track.

Posted 12-03-2014
Show your support for Closing The Gap

You’re invited to join local community organisation Micah Projects in observing Close The Gap Day in Boundary Street, West End, on Thursday 20 March 2014.

Posted 27-02-2014
Supporting inner-city people experiencing homelessness during G20

The main challenge of G20 for Micah Projects, will be locating temporary accommodation for people experiencing homelessness during the G20 period, along with all the other visitors to the city.

Posted 09-01-2014
Governments need to continue homelessness funding

With the recent tragic news about violence against homeless people in Brisbane and Melbourne making headlines around the country, Brisbane based not-for-profit organisation Micah Projects is calling for the continuation of the National Partnership Agreement on Housing between the Federal and Queensland governments.

Posted 23-12-2013
The spirit of giving just keeps growing

On Christmas Eve 220 volunteers coordinated by West End organisation Micah Projects will pack and deliver 486 gift packs and Christmas hampers to brighten Christmas for individuals and families supported by Micah Projects, who are facing a tough time over Christmas. 

Posted 26-11-2013
White Ribbon Day

November 25 is White Ribbon Day – the world’s largest male-led movement to end men’s violence against women. It is an annual campaign that recognises the positive role that men play in preventing violence against women.

Posted 14-10-2013
Afternoon Tea to help end poverty

On Wednesday 16 October Micah Projects will be holding a community afternoon tea for Anti-Poverty Week and World Food Day.

The West End based not-for-profit will be sharing afternoon tea with the local community at Kurilpa Hall to raise awareness on how poverty affects so many people in our community, while at the same time helping to tackle global hunger, especially by supporting and buying from local businesses.

Posted 10-10-2013
World Homelessness Day

On the 10th of October 2013 people around the world will mark World Homelessness Day in many varied ways in the hope of changing the lives of people experiencing homelessness in their local community.

Posted 21-08-2013
No Place Like Home

Secure, permanent housing is the key to breaking the cycle of homelessness. For the past year, 146 people who had previously struggled to find and keep housing have created homes for themselves at 15 Hope Street South Brisbane, and have become part of the Kurilpa Point community.