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Common Ground Queensland Congratulate Queensland Government for Recognising Supportive Housing in the new Homes for Queenslanders Housing Plan

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Recent News

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2023 Fundraising Event

On 21 October 2023, we held a fundraising event overlooking the Brisbane skyline for a great cause: ending homelessness, a person at a time.
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Tenant Christmas Dinner 2023

This week, we held our Tenant Christmas Dinner in collaboration with Micah Projects at the Level 13 Gambaro Room Rooftop.
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Spirit of Christmas 2023

The numbers are in… We raised $9,788 at our 2023 Spirit of Christmas Fundraiser! Thanks to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)!
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Celebrating our new corporate sponsor, Novotel Brisbane South Bank

We recently celebrated out new corporate partnership with Novotel Brisbane South Bank.
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National Housing and Homelessness Plan Submission

This document is a written submission that outlines five (5) key considerations that form Common Ground Queensland’s response to the National Housing and Homelessness Plan – Issues Paper developed by the Australian Government’s Department of Social Services.

Nilima’s Painting – Stories of Sacred Stone

One of our tenants, Nilima, is an avid artist and loves painting. Recently, her work 'Stories of Sacred Stone' was chosen to exhibit at the Recovered Futures Queensland exhibition in King George Square earlier this month, where it was sold.

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Join us in our journey to end homelessness! We believe that everyone has a right to live in dignity and have a safe place to call home. Homelessness is a solvable problem: your donation will help us to create homes for individuals and families in our community who are currently homeless.

Uluru Statement From The Heart

Common Ground Queensland accepts the invitation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and supports a First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Australian Constitution.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Owners and Custodians of the land on which we work. We recognise sovereignty was never ceded.