Incorporated in 2006, the Homeshare Australia & New Zealand Alliance Inc. (HANZA) is a network of individuals and organisations that support homesharing as a viable, affordable and sustainable model of supported shared living. This includes organisations operating or planning to operate a Homeshare program, and individuals and organisations who want to support and promote the concept and practice of homesharing.
The Jean McCaughey Social Justice Sub Fund supports research projects that relate to women in the areas of
Grant type: Sub Fund
The project will use the international model of homeshare to divert women from homelessness into safe affordable housing with caring community members. Five women who are at risk of experiencing homelessness due to COVID-19 related job losses will be matched with people offering accommodation at low or no cost in their homes. This project will enable us to collect evidence to demonstrate that the homeshare model can make a cost effective contribution to ending homelessness.