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November 21, 2019

We’re now part of the St John First Responder community

Foundation Housing has installed lifesaving cardiac Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in 12 of its buildings in the Perth metro area, as well as at its premises in Fremantle and South Hedland. The AEDs are in keypad-locked cabinets on the external walls of offices and lodging houses where they are accessible to Foundation Housing residents and […]

We’re now part of the St John First Responder community

November 20, 2019

Partnership Profile: Homeless Healthcare

Our partnerships with organisations who help to support our residents and tenants are an integral part of delivering on our mission to make a difference to the lives of people in need.   One of these partners is Homeless Healthcare, a not for profit organisation that provides a weekly visiting GP service to the residents of […]

Partnership Profile: Homeless Healthcare

October 16, 2019

Evidence of income essential for NRAS tenants

We’d like to remind tenants living in National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) properties that we need you provide evidence of your income annually, so please make sure you’re saving these documents. Every 12 months, you’ll need to give Foundation Housing written evidence of all household members’ gross income, such as payslips or PAYG summaries for […]

Evidence of income essential for NRAS tenants

September 9, 2019

Assisting tenants to take the first STEPS toward home ownership

Foundation Housing understands that having a safe and secure home provides the foundation to look forward with hope. We want to make sure that those who are interested in home ownership have access to information, support, financial mentoring and connections that can help them explore this option and decide if it’s affordable and right for […]

Assisting tenants to take the first STEPS toward home ownership

September 3, 2019

Tenant Satisfaction Survey

Foundation Housing have once again engaged the Community Housing Association of New South Wales (CHIA NSW) to conduct our Tenant Satisfaction Survey across September and October. Over 1,800 residents and tenants across our mainstream, lodging and managed properties households have been invited to participate in the survey. CHIA NSW is the New South Wales industry […]

Tenant Satisfaction Survey

August 8, 2019

WA Government needs to maximise stimulus opportunities

Amid months of negative economic data, the latest interest rate cuts and the clear suggestion that there are more to come, confirms that Australian policy makers are now focused on battling emerging recessionary pressures. One of the key drivers of the slowdown is the end of the housing construction boom and falling house prices. Both […]

WA Government needs to maximise stimulus opportunities

August 7, 2019

Homelessness Week event provides worldly insights to WA sector

Foundation Housing marked the beginning of Homelessness Week 2019 by partnering with Shelter WA to host Bob Jordan, National Director for the Housing First program in Ireland, for a special presentation Over 30 community housing sector stakeholders attended,  eager to hear about the challenges of social and community housing and the lessons learnt across Europe […]

Homelessness Week event provides worldly insights to WA sector

August 7, 2019

Celebrating NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week (7 – 14 July) was the perfect time to launch our Reconciliation Action Plan which represents Foundation Housing’s commitment to taking both symbolic and practical steps towards ensuring that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the same access to opportunities available to all Australians. During the week we took part in three […]

Celebrating NAIDOC Week

July 30, 2019

Disability and housing advocacy project

Foundation Housing and Carers WA are undertaking an advocacy project called Accessing a Home. The project aims to identify and address barriers people with disability face when seeking adequate, accessible, affordable and safe homes. The project aims to consult with people with disability and their families and carers to determine and detail their experiences of […]

Disability and housing advocacy project

July 18, 2019

Need to borrow money to make a big purchase?

When you are on a low income it can be very hard to access credit from a bank to buy expensive but necessary items like whitegoods or a computer that will make a big difference to your quality of life. In these situations it can be tempting to turn to other sources of credit like […]

Need to borrow money to make a big purchase?

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