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A generous helping for people facing homelessness

Posted by Hutt St Centre

on 17/05/2022

Each year, Hutt St Centre serves up to 40,000 nourishing breakfasts and lunches for South Australians doing it tough. Kitchen Manager, Peter, leads a team of dedicated volunteers who make this meal service possible. Annie has been volunteering in the kitchen since she retired nearly five years ago. After a...

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Celebrating National Volunteer Week 2022

Posted by Hutt St Centre

on 16/05/2022

Each month, Hutt St Centre welcomes more than 850 people at risk of or experiencing homelessness through our doors. We rely on the generous support of the South Australian community to help people rebuild their lives – and there are few supporters more passionate than our volunteers. Over the past...

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Enabling voting for people experiencing homelessness

Posted by Hutt St Centre

on 11/05/2022

“Since I became an Australian citizen, I’ve always taken voting very seriously. It’s a right not everyone has and I am grateful for the chance to vote today.”  These words were shared by Christa*, a woman who's been doing it tough lately. She came to Hutt St Centre for a...

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The space between homelessness and homefulness

Posted by Hutt St Centre

on 05/05/2022

You know that feeling of uncertainty when you’re leaving something behind? It might be a job, a home, or a relationship you’ve outgrown. You’re choosing to make the change, but it’s still scary. And there’s a term for it – “liminal state”. It means the feeling of uncertainty created by...

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You're never too young to make a difference

Posted by Hutt St Centre

on 29/04/2022

We were thrilled this week to meet one of our Hutt St Heroes, six-year-old fundraiser Hazel!  You might remember her story from a few weeks ago... Hazel came up with a creative idea to help people experiencing homelessness by selling her artwork to neighbours, family and friends. With the support...

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