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Partner and Advocate

We are actively seeking partnerships across the Homelessness, Community Housing, Ex Defence Force Personnel, Construction and Training sectors to assist us in achieving our goals.

We aim to be a recognised and respected partner in the Homelessness sector providing support to clients, and other service providers. We will advocate to wider community, private industry and Government Leaders on policy and outcomes that benefit people experiencing homelessness.

We will  look for opportunities to contribute to the development of the Homelessness sector and will undertake and fund research projects to better understand and respond to the causes and impacts of Homelessness.



Our Values

Streets Into Trades will work with all members of the community and will hold ourselves accountable to, and look to partner wih individuals and organisation that share the following values


Our work is based on transparency, open communication and integrity. We will be accountable for our actions and behaviors, our successes and failures.


We strive to build thoughtful and authentic partnerships that help deliver our Vision and extend our reach and impact.


We actively seek to innovate and transform our work to create new opportunities. We acknowledge that where we fail, we must learn.


We value all people and all communities and provide support and assistance based on need.


We will enjoy what we do and celebrate the successes of those we work with, our team and supporters.

Get Involved

There are a number of ways you can get involved with our work from mentoring a client to joining our Board. To find out more contact or click below

Become a Mentor

Use you experience and skills to assist clients achieve their goals or the organisation to grow.


Become a Partner

Join our cause as a partner to work together on a range of projects.


Become a Supporter

Follow our progress and help share our story and progress across the community