Help the homeless

Every night in South Australia, 5985 people are homeless. 939 are children. Many go without food, shelter and warm clothes.
I want to help

Ways to take part

You can raise vital funds and provide practical support for people who are homeless by getting involved in one of our community or workplace events. Invite your friends, family and colleagues to join in too and start making a real difference.

The Adelaide Tea Break

Register your CBD business and have morning or afternoon tea delivered for all your staff to enjoy.

Workplace Fundraiser

Hold a casual day and share a fun day of winter fashions in the workplace.

Host a Collection

Collect clothes, blankets or non-perishable foods at your workplace, school or church.

Give clothes

Donate pre-loved or new clothing to the wardrobe and we’ll make sure it reaches the people who really need it. Your donations will give the homeless free access to clean clothes, warmth on cold nights, and suitable outfits for job interviews.

Wardrobe Locations

Make a donation

The money you donate will provide food parcels, clothes, emergency accommodation and much needed support for people who are homeless in South Australia. Every dollar counts!

So far we've raised

Thanks to our donors we are on our way to helping a record number of people in need this winter.


funds raised


clothes donated

Real people,
real stories.

Every person without a place to call home has a different story to share. Be inspired by their journeys and read about the ways we have helped to re-build their lives.

Read More


Your donation will support the important work of UnitingCare's Western Adelaide Homelessness Service.

All donations of $2 or more are tax-deductable.

I would like to donate the following amount:

Can provide six metro tickets for a homeless person.

Can provide warm clothes for someone sleeping rough during winter.

Can contribute to the cost of weekly groceries for a homeless family.

Can pay for five days motel accommodation to get a young person off the streets.

Or select another amount.

By donating to Hang it up for Poverty you are agreeing to the campaign Terms & Conditions.

Thank You!

Thank you for your generous donation.

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