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  • Food Truck Operator -  run our youth outreach food truck commercially and help train marginalised youth into employment

  • Street Youth Workers - Casual & F/T

  • On Call Youth Workers for our 24/7 Hotline

       Call us on 9790 3406 for details

       See all our openings here



To help out with our weekly Food Truck outreaches

  • Must be committed to attend every week. Consistency is critical for the young people we work with due to their significant trust issues

  • Have WWCC clearance

  • Approachable, welcoming and non-judgemental

  • Available either Wednesday evenings 'til late for Claymore or Friday evenings 'til late for Bankstown

Our outreach volunteers also get the opportunity to be trained in streetwork



We are currently seeking volunteers who can assist Humanity Matters secure corporate support by way of sponsors, regular donors, work place giving and in-kind support. As a small community organisation, our overheads are extremely lean with no company cars, grant writers, administration support, marketing or fundraising staff. Our head office comprises of a CEO and an accountant who carry all responsibilities associated with running the organisation. With large charities increasingly competing head-to-head against small organisations for funding, donations and sponsorship income, our organisation is struggling to secure the funds necessary to work with the marginalised invisible youth that other services are unable reach or engage.


We welcome any corporate partners to work with us in building their social impact. From workplace giving programs, corporate volunteering programs, fund raising events and programs we would love to hear from you to explore what we can achieve together. 


Together we can put more #FeetOnTheStreet 


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With the challenges presented in reaching young people who are difficult to see or engage by most services and researchers, there is a lack of research on the lived experiences of street frequenting young people and what interventions are effective in supporting these young people to reconnect and full their full potential.

We are constantly working on building up the streetwork knowledge base and keen to partner with universities and other researchers in this pursuit.  

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