Introducing Parity volume 36 – The Future of Youth Foyers

Parity magazine is Australia’s leading national homelessness publication, delivered by the Council to Homeless Persons. Published ten times a year, each edition explores a specific element of homelessness from personal, local, social, and global perspectives. Read the full version: Parity Vol36-09 (November) You can browse other featured articles here or subscribe to gain full access…

The investment case for more Foyers – Parity Magazine

Click to read Keith Bryant, Chair, Foyer Foundations contribution to Parity Magazine. PARITY

Alumni Mariam Nagawa shares her tough journey – Shepparton news

  Yet another one of our alumni students Mariam, bravely sharing her story to the Shepparton News. Everyone is so proud of you and the many others that have come through our Youth Foyer doors, who talk publicly about their courageous pathway in the hope of encouraging and inspiring others young people. Thank you for…

‘They don’t treat you like a problem child’: Foyers a fix for youth homelessness – The Age

At the end of 2019, Sam Jelley was couch-surfing, moving between friends’ homes. He had a lot going on in his life. He was 19, medically transitioning to a trans man, his relationship with his parents was strained and he was trying to study for a psychology degree at Deakin University. The following year, Mr…

Foyer Oxford offers young people facing homelessness a bright future – ABC News

Foyer Oxford offers young people facing homelessness a bright future Thanks ABC News for this wonderful article highlighting the impact and transformational work of the Foyer Model. “I think we have an incredible opportunity here because of the scale of a service like Foyer Oxford to be involved in hundreds of young people’s lives and…

Foyer Warrnambool Celebrates 100th Resident

Well done to Foyer Warrnambool in Victoria that has celebrated their 100th resident, as celebration by Warrnambool’s The Standard this week. Foyer Warrnambool has helped 100 youth since it was established in 2013. Located at 210 Timor Street, Warrnambool, Foyer manager Jenny Hand celebrated 100th resident Tori Buchanan like most great celebration; with chocolate cake…

Foyer Oxford is at the Heart of a Close-knit Perth Neighbourhood

Leederville in Perth’s inner city has become one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Its bustling retail and café strip is usually filled with students and young workers employed in creative pursuits – though COVID 19 related events this last week have made for a more subdued atmosphere. But let’s cast back to earlier times…

The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine August 26 2019

For this talkback forum on youth homelessness in Melbourne and Victoria Jon Faine is joined in the studio by: Conny Lenneberg … Executive Director, Brotherhood of St Laurence Bevan Warner … CEO, Launch Housing Carley … studying a community services certificate course. She has been living at the Foyer for 18 months. Kiara … studying Year 12 VCAL. She…

Youth Foyer model, an education first approach to tackling homelessness

https://johnmenadue.com/conny-lenneberg-youth-foyer-model-an-education-first-approach-to-tackling-homelessness/  Blogpost, August 8 2019

Future now bright thanks to Education First Youth Foyer

Future now bright thanks to Education First Youth Foyer – Herald Sun, 6 July 2016