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Welcome

A bill that believes in everyone’s fundamental right to a home and when needed a second chance

The new Residential Housing Legislation Amendment (Public Housing – Antisocial Behaviour) Bill has compassion and empathy for vulnerable tenants, whose transition is now supported with three chances to assist them in successfully sustaining their tenancy. 

This year we received 794 completed surveys, (a 34% response rate) our highest result in over three years. This is an amazing increase of 25% more responses than last year and from a much larger cross section of our tenants. We are still going through the results but with your help we have already identified areas we can improve, so we can deliver better service.
 
A huge thank you to our tenants for taking the time to give us your valued feedback. See below for your overall combined satisfaction.

Evolve Housing is delighted to be a finalist for the Excellence in Innovation award which recognises businesses that have made significant contributions to their industry through the introduction or improvement of an idea, method, technology, process or application.

Evolve Housing was awarded the Excellence in Social Housing Award; Outstanding Achievement Award; and Leading Innovation Award at the 2015 Australasian Housing Institute Awards in Sydney, presented by The Hon. Brad Hazzard, Minister for Family and Community Services, and Social Housing.

We are thrilled and humbled to be the winner of the prestigious NSW Housing Federation Award for Overall Excellence in Community Housing and two other awards.

 

For the 4th year in a row, our CEO Andrea Galloway will once again brave the elements to take part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout to raise funds for the homeless. This year the sleepout is taking place on 18 June 2015. 

Evolve Housing and Western Housing for Youth (WHY) are delighted to announce their amalgamation and the establishment of a new Division of Evolve Housing to be named ‘Evolve Housing for Youth’.

Welcome to our Annual Report 2013-14. The Evolve Housing annual report is a narrative report in which we aim to communicate our organisation’s story to our stakeholders. The annual report will focus on our activities during 2013-14 and how we as an organisation are delivering on our purpose.

Over 105,000 people are homeless in Australia and 16,000 of those are children. But homelessness is not permanent. It is a problem we can solve. Support our Journey Home campaign and help us make a difference!

SR Constructions, an Evolve Housing partner, currently has a position available for gardening and cleaning traineeship.

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