The Road Home

The Road Home

The Road Home is about raising awareness of homelessness in Australia, while actively supporting people experiencing homelessness in our community. You can become involved by supporting a sleep out, this can be on the couch at home, on the floor in your office, in the park, in a car or any other way you may think of. By becoming more aware of the day to day challenges that homelessness brings, we can all show a greater empathy and understanding.

The Road Home is an awareness campaign supporting the most vulnerable people in our society; these people are just like you and I but have had some bad luck in their lives. 

How would you manage your daily life if you had no place to call home?

On any given night over 105,000 Australians are experiencing homelessness, of these nearly 45% are under 25 years of age.

It is up to all of us as a society to change this situation.

We can’t continue to see young children be left with no secure home to live in.

We would also ask if you could pass this information on to your clients or customers regarding our campaign, they may wish to support.

We hope that you can be one of many businesses, local schools and colleges participating in this awareness program to raise the profile of our fellow Australians and to show the remainder of Australia that although some of us may be struggling more than others we can still stand together in this time of support.

Please register your event on the registration page.

You can find links to resources and information that you can use here.

Please contact us for more information and how you can fundraise through your event.


Please Register any events you have via our Registration Page

Please view Art work 

from our competition



You will be surprised, excited, appalled, shocked and itching to do something to support these incredibly resourceful people.


Aleisha's Story

Katie's Story

Cycle of Homelessness

Where did you sleep last night

Life of Homeless in the most Liveable City

Street Life 2015

Poverty in Australia

No Place Like Home 1988