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IN AUSTRALIA homelessness and mental health issues are on the rise. Over 44% (or 8.6 million) people aged 16–85 are estimated to have experienced a mental disorder at some time in their life. The recent Australian Homelessness Monitor report, revealed that the rate of homelessness is increasing faster than the country’s population growth. The WHITE SHADOW FOUNDATION funds ongoing programs each year that help elevate thousands of individuals experiencing mental health disorders and homelessness. Our funding model distributes financial grants as well as practical resources, purpose-built to simply offer hope. We also assist long-haul truck drivers who spend countless weeks removed from family, friends and quality social interaction, as well as war veterans - providing natural solutions addressing anxiety, PTSD and depression - consequently increasing our former servicemen and women's abilities to cope with life here and abroad. Beneficiary programs target people, including those in the deaf and mute society, living in urban cities as well as rural areas, providing extreme remote digital access, incorporating years of knowledge in crisis care initiatives. The WHITE SHADOW FOUNDATION, in partnership with our beneficiaries, positively change the trajectory of countless lives being effected by mental health and homelessness issues. Our philanthropy endeavours and impact giving include some of the following assistance and support: 

Community Hub: Assist in funding an operational drop-in centre on the Gold Coast, in Queensland. It exists to provide a safe, supportive and accepting environment for vulnerable people within the wider coastal community.

Practical Resources: Provision of basic human needs such as meals,  showers, connection and a caring heart, our beneficiaries are able to care for the  most vulnerable in our community, with more than 10,000 people helped last year.

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