How to have a #cuppa4rosies
Tonight, 20,000 Queenslanders are homeless. Nearly half are women. Over 40% are aged 25 or under, more than 3,500 of those are kids 12 and under.
As Tyler’s* story in our Spring 2016 newsletter highlights, most of these children are not homeless by choice. It is their only option. Often they are hidden. Children who are experiencing homelessness are almost always in a family group, most likely with a single mother. Lack of affordable housing and domestic and family violence are two of the key reasons for homelessness. For a child, homelessness often means missing out on many of the things we take for granted. Every one of us, particularly our children, deserve support in times of need.
Did you know your donation of just $5 right now will provide a cuppa for a friend? You can also hold your own #cuppa4rosies event with your family, friends, and colleagues too. Have fun, create awareness, and raise funds.
1. Decide your initiative
2. Pledge your support
Complete and return your fundraising initiative proposal form to ensure you have a letter of authority before you start. Every initiative must be registered.