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Read our latest media releases.

Group of Dine with Heart Dinner attendees sitting around a table

As Dine with Heart Month descends on Melbourne this May, more of the city’s top restaurants are pledging their allegiance to combat Melbourne’s homelessness crisis.

A small wooden block house on grass that fills the whole picture

Sacred Heart Mission is one of two charities chosen by the Andrews Labor Government to explore new approaches to complex social issues through the use of SIBs.

J2SI logo and Sacred Heart logo

Sacred Heart Mission have been invited to develop Victoria’s first Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) to reach better outcomes for the long-term homeless.

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A suite of solutions is required to respond effectively to increasing homelessness in the City of Melbourne. We collectively call on Melbourne City Council to adopt, continue, or advocate for, these solutions.

Dine with Heart Dinner chefs holding plates of food in Sacred Heart Mission dining hall

Fast becoming one of Melbourne’s most anticipated foodie events, Dine with Heart Month hosted by St Kilda’s Sacred Heart Mission is returning bigger and better for 2017.

Scenic orange painting with farmhouse from Rooming House resident, Leslie Holding

Imagine seeing someone’s life changing moment in the form of art. That is exactly what Awakenings, an art installation of visual arts and crafts, music and poetry, is.

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Sacred Heart Mission, like most other community organisations, is deeply concerned about the Council’s criminalisation of homelessness as described in the proposed amendments to Activities Local Law 2009. Read our CEO Cathy Humphrey's submission to the Melbourne City Council about the proposed by-laws

People's belongings and bedding strewn under a deserted bridge

Agencies delivering homelessness support to rough sleepers have released a statement on the City of Melbourne’s plans to make rough sleeping illegal.

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0136,596Meals served through our meals program over the last year
069,269Hours contributed by our volunteers over the last year
05,740Responses at our Women’s House over the last year
Sacred Heart Mission acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Victoria and pays respects to them, their culture and their elders past, present and emerging.

Sacred Heart Mission has always aimed to be a place that embraces a sexuality and gender diverse community; everyone is welcome at our table and we believe a diverse community is good for everyone.
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