There are too many young Australians who will sleep on the street tonight.

 
 

Working with the property and construction industry, we build homes for homeless youth.

 
 

Get involved: Partner with us. Donate. Or join us at one of our events.

OUR PURPOSE

Increase the availability of transitional housing for homeless youth through the PIF House Program.

  • 44 000

young Australians are homeless every night

  • 16,000

of them are 12 years old and under

  • 46% increase

in homelessness for 19 – 24 year olds from 2011 – 2016

  • COVID-19

will result in more youth homelessness

Source: ABS, 2016 Census

SOLVING YOUTH HOMELESSNESS

We bring the property and construction industry together to build homes for homeless youth

Youth homelessness

Youth homelessness in Australia is a very real and persistent problem.

Our solution

PIF focuses on a tangible solution which will help many young people over many years.

PIF Houses

A unique model where the property and construction industry collaborate to build homes for homeless youth.
WAYS YOU CAN HELP

There are many ways you can make a tangible difference, when it comes to youth homelessness

Upcoming events

The Property Industry Sleep Out QLD

  • This October
  • In Gold Coast & Brisbane
  • Physical & Virtual event

We want to end youth homelessness in QLD. Join us at this event to raise funds and awareness about this vital issue.

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Hard Hat 2020

  • Through September 2020
  • Any time that suit you
  • Your worksite or office

Hard Hat 2020 celebrates the construction and property industry. It’s when the industry comes together to raise funds for homeless youth.

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Coffee Roulette

  • Ongoing
  • Anytime that suits you and your match
  • At a café near you (or via an online virtual meeting)

Coffee Roulette is a monthly networking opportunity for young professionals in the property industry.

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OUR HOUSES

Our mission is to build 125 bedrooms for homeless youth from 2017 to 2021. Since 2017, we have built 76 bedrooms and we have over 30 currently in development.

Over the lifetime of these bedrooms, hundreds of children and young people will get a second chance at life.