Streetsmart

DineSmart 2015 – Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless

DineSmart 2015 – Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless

By

Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless between 9th November and 31st December 2015, as StreetSmart Australia take action against homelessness with DineSmart

DineSmart: Dine Out Help Out – A Decade of Being StreetSmart

DineSmart: Dine Out Help Out – A Decade of Being StreetSmart

By

DineSmart, an initiative of StreetSmart is a simple way of helping make things a little easier for those in our community who need our help, especially at Xmas. Add a gold coin donation (or more) to your bill at participating restaurants 12th November to 24 December 2012 all over Australia

It’s NOT Alright Mate – Volunteer & Stimulate Civic Thinking

It’s NOT Alright Mate – Volunteer & Stimulate Civic Thinking

By

What would you do to stimulate civic thinking and ask the hard questions about fundamental human and communal values? Did you know 1 in 10 Australians are living in poverty and 1 in 6 children too? Australia is a country, which likes to project to the world it is a success story and that we all enjoy a certain quality of life. This national disgrace needs a national solution. Would you volunteer to help.

Muse~News Festive Season 2011 Editorial

Muse~News Festive Season 2011 Editorial

By

The Culture Concept Circle – Muse~News Festive Season 2011 is packed full of articles with our Reading TV and Music Choices for the Festive Season to consider. If you are sharing a special breakfast, lunch or dining out prior to December 24 please consider DineSmart, an initiative of social profit organisation StreetSmart Australia helping those experiencing homelessness.

Make a Difference This Christmas – help people experiencing homelessness

Make a Difference This Christmas – help people experiencing homelessness

By

StreetSmart Australia is a unique organization with a simple idea that really works. They have partnered with many great Australian restaurants where, in the lead-up to Christmas, every table is asked to add $2 or more to their bill, not even the price of a coffee or mineral water. It’s a simple idea that has a big impact on the lives of people who are homeless.