Melbourne’s heat waves are tough. But for those of us experiencing homelessness, heatwaves can be potentially life threatening. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, there’s some great resource: Free pool and cinema passes can be collected from a range of agencies including Cohealth, Salvation Army and via City of Melbourne’s daily
For a time In the 1850’s, the territory from Princes Bridge to South Melbourne was know as Canvas Town. Considered a slum, masses arriving from all around the world seeking their fortune in gold descended upon Canvas Town. Living conditions certainly would have been dire and challenging in this nineteenth
Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 “Article 25 1. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of
Port Phillip Community Group in collaboration with Second Bite are distributing free fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables in the hood. You can collect on a Wednesday at 2pm from 161 Chapel Street, St. Kilda. Don’t forget to BYO bag. To be eligible you must be a resident of Port Phillip
Here at South Port Community Housing Group we’re constantly encouraging our tenants to get involved in the arts whether it be theatre, music or painting…But today staff swallowed a bit of their own medicine and got stuck into some art therapy of their own. What a great team building exercise!