Our partners

We can't do it alone.

We'd like to thank everyone who partners with us to create a better future for Queenslanders who need a safe and stable home. We work with the Queensland Government, the Commonwealth Government, other not-for-profits, profit-for-purpose organisations and businesses to achieve this goal. Our valued partners include:

3rd Space

3rd Space is a day-time drop-in centre where people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Brisbane can find support, friendship and dignity. 
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Bric Housing 

Established as a not for profit limited by guarantee, Bric is a Tier 2 registered provider under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing. 
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Brisbane City Council

Brisbane is the largest local government in Australia with 26 wards and 27 councilor positions. 
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Central Queensland University

CQUniversity Australia embraces the diversity offered by Central Queensland by promoting and engaging in activities that build strong communities and contribute to the economy. 
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Communify Queensland is an established community organisation providing a diverse range of services
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Cornerstone was formed in 1998 to take advantage of the changing property market dynamics in Brisbane.
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Department of Communities, Housing & Digital Economy

Government sector that addresses housing, community and digital support, arts and services for government. 
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Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors

Work together with seniors, people with disability, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities so they can thrive culturally, socially and economically.
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Footprints (Brisbane)

Footprints Community is a not-for-profit provider of community services, specializing in working with seniors, those that experience disability, mental illness, as well as those who are at risk of homelessness.
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Hearing Australia

Hearing Australia is the nation’s largest provider of government-funded hearing services for children, young adults under 26, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, pensioners and veterans.
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Ipswich Regional Advocacy Service

Taking a person-centred approach, IRASI assists the most vulnerable and marginalised people in the community to make informed decisions about their lives.   
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Ipswich City Council

Ipswich City Council is the local government authority for the City of Ipswich, Queensland’s oldest provincial city and one of Australia’s fastest growing and most vibrant regions.
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Keys to Early Intervention Service

Keys to Early Intervention in Homelessness Service (KEIHS) provides homelessness early intervention case management, information and advocacy services within the Sunshine Coast region. KEIHS is a program of Kyabra
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Ipswich Community Youth Service

ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service is a not-for-profit community based organisation providing assistance and support to at-risk young people, their families and their communities in the Ipswich and surrounding regions since 1983. 
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Inala Family Accommodation and Support Service

Supporting families to break down the barriers to access stable accommodation.
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Connecting people to housing and community support since 2017. 
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Lady Musgrave Trust

The Lady Musgrave Trust is Queensland’s oldest charity (established 1885) and a champion for homeless women. 
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LawRight improves the lives of vulnerable people by increasing access to justice through strategic partnerships with pro bono lawyers. 
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Logan City Council

Logan City Council is the local government authority for the City of Logan.
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Marist 180

Marist180 is a Catholic organisation which strives for positive change in the lives of young people and their families, particularly those most at risk and on the margins of society.
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Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland (MIFQ)

For over 30 years, Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (MIFA) has existed to amplify the voices of those living with severe and complex mental illness. 
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Micah Projects Inc.

Micah Projects is a not-for-profit organisation committed to providing services and opportunities in the community to create justice and respond to injustice.
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Mission Australia

Mission Australia is a national Christian charity motivated by a shared vision of an Australia where everyone has a safe home and can thrive.
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Nextstep Aftercare - Life without Barriers

Giving young people who are leaving care the support they need to build independent lives.
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Open Minds

We support people living with mental illness, disability or acquired brain injury.
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Public Trustee

The independent trustee for Queenslanders providing security and peace of mind.
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Queensland Health

Queensland Health provides a range of services aimed at achieving good health and well-being for all Queenslanders.
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QUT is a major Australian university home to nearly 50,000 students, providing real-world infrastructure, learning and teaching, and skills to the next generation of change-makers.
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The RentConnect government service helps Queenslanders find and apply for a place to rent. 
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Rosies - Our Friends on the Street

Rosies reaches out to those most in need, people who are homeless or at risk, lonely, and socially isolated within our communities.
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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

We support people in recovery. We inspire hope and empower people. We work with our partners to support people’s recovery. Together, we can recover futures.
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STARH Program - Wesley Mission

STARH is a free voluntary, safe and confidential service that can provide case management planning and support to assist families and individuals in the Gold Coast, Logan, Lockyer Valley, Somerset and Ipswich regions. 
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St Vincent de Paul

The St Vincent de Paul Society assists people experiencing poverty and inequality and works to shape a more just and compassionate society.
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Services Australia

Services Australia. We deliver government payments and services. 
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Tenancy Skills Institute

The Tenancy Skills Institute was developed in response to an identified need within our community. 
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Thread Together

Thread Together collects end-of-line brand new stock from fashion retailers around the country.
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The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Australia is an international Christian movement, united by faith and giving hope where it’s needed most.
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Umpi Korumba

Umpi Korumba is a community-based housing organisation offering culturally appropriate housing assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. 
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Under1Roof Ipswich

Under 1 Roof (U1R) is a consortium of homelessness, housing and community agencies based in Brisbane's inner city and offering a range of services city-wide. 
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Uniting Care Community

UnitingCare provides aged care, disability support, crisis support and health care across Queensland through a range of services.
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Government Acknowledgment 

We acknowledge the assistance of local, state and federal governments and agencies through nation building initiatives, crisis and transitional program funding and management of social housing properties. 

Like to work with us?

We are always looking for committed partners and skilled suppliers with compassion for disadvantaged Queenslanders.

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