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Loaves and Fishes

Australian Homelessness Facts

Australian Homelessness Facts

On any given night in Australia 1 in 200 people are homeless

Homelessness facts

255,657 people received support and almost seven million nights of accommodation were provided by specialist homelessness services in 2014-15.

What is homelessness?

Homelessness Australia uses the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) statistical definition of homelessness. The ABS statistical definition states that when a person does not have suitable accommodation alternatives they are considered homeless if their current living arrangement:

  • is in a dwelling that is inadequate; or
  • has no tenure, or if their initial tenure is short and not
    extendable; or
  • does not allow them to have control of, and access to
    space for social relations.

People who are experiencing homelessness are usually
staying in the following areas:

  • Improvised dwellings, tents or sleeping out
  • Supported accommodation for the homeless
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Food Hampers $40 @ Logan and $45 @ Caboolture

Food Hamper

Here is our updated picture of our $55 Hamper at 26 Monte Street Slacks Creek . Hamper as at time of posting. We are trying our best however stocks are low with our suppliers. Hampers may vary slightly due availability of stock availability. No onselling no marketeers. We do try to replace stock that depleats where possible. PICTURE IS A GUIDE Eftpos avail.

Wednesday lunches

lunch

Come on down for and grab Lunch at 26 Monte Street Slacks Creek from 11am to 1pm . Check out our menu board Please remember we are not a takeaway shop we are here for those in need not the greedy. Some limits may apply. Dont forget our $55 Hampers are available until 3pm