165
165
4

Crankin Wheel Women: Braking The Cycle

$7,917 of $4,500 goal

Raised by 187 people in 1 month
Created July 3, 2019
You're warm and safe tonight, but not everyone is 'Home, Safe Home'.

It’s time for us to end homelessness, not just manage it. We need your help to get people experiencing homelessness off the streets today, to make a tangible difference. At the basic level a home is simply a shelter, it’s somewhere to store your possessions, it’s somewhere to cook a meal, a place to sleep. But a home is more than just four walls and a roof, a home provides safety and security that most of us take for granted every single day.

For the Crankin Wheel Women this has been a recent topic over coffee, a group of like-minded women who ride together and whom, like many other early morning cyclists are confronted with the realities of people doing it tough, sleeping rough on our streets of Perth.

40401022_1563849383457054_r.jpegAs a group of women who share a passion for cycling and supporting community, they have called on the wider female cycling community in Perth to take part in a ride around the Swan River to raise awareness and funds for ending homelessness during Homelessness Week.

The goal is to have 50 riders on the start line who will donate $50 as their registration fee, and have the opportunity to raise further funds as they set out to collectively make a difference. The proceeds from this ride will go to the '50 Lives, 50 Homes' program, which will get someone experiencing homelessness off the streets and into a home with wraparound services to support them getting back on their feet. 

The first thing a person needs to be an active member of society is a home. ‘Housing First’ is a proven approach to ending homelessness and all it takes to support one person getting off the street is $4,500. Every $4,500 gets someone into a home and every contribution to the cause is deeply appreciated.

This year let’s actually end homelessness for someone, let’s see how many people we can get off the streets this winter 

Please click on the Donate Now button above. Also, if you have items in need to donate, please reach out to Michelle Coelho, Cate Wray, Louise Carson or Melanie Foley to arrange for these to be collected.

Shelter WA 
General Homelessness Week fundraiser 
50 Lives 50 Homes
+ Read More

$7,917 of $4,500 goal

Raised by 187 people in 1 month
Created July 3, 2019
Donations raised on this fundraiser will benefit:
Shelter WA Inc
Certified Charity
+ Learn More
East Perth, WA
ABN: 43436576540
How charity fundraising works
  1. Your donation is made to PayPal Giving Fund Australia (ABN 65 105 950 945), a Public Ancillary Fund and a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, subject to its terms.
  2. PayPal Giving Fund Australia receives your donation after deduction of transaction fees, and will grant funds to your recommended charity on a monthly basis.*
* If, after reasonable efforts, PayPal Giving Fund Australia cannot deliver donations to this charity, it will grant funds to another charity per PayPal Giving Fund Australia's policies.
Your share could be bringing in donations. Sign in to track your impact.
   Connect
We will never post without your permission.
In the future, we'll let you know if your sharing brings in any donations.
We weren't able to connect your Facebook account. Please try again later.
CD
$40
Cathi Dixon
2 days ago
GE
$40
Gaye Elwell
6 days ago
HB
$5
Heidi Baker
7 days ago
LP
$40
Lydia Padgett
7 days ago
GL
$20
Gwen Lossie
9 days ago
SC
$20
Sarah Collins
10 days ago
$70
Anonymous
10 days ago
CF
$25
Carols Friends
10 days ago
RS
$250
Rachel Stone
10 days ago
DB
$15
D and P Bebek
10 days ago
or
Use My Email Address
By continuing, you agree with the GoFundMe
terms and privacy policy
There's an issue with this Campaign Organizer's account. Our team has contacted them with the solution! Please ask them to sign in to GoFundMe and check their account. Return to Campaign

Are you ready for the next step?
Even a $5 donation can help!
Donate Now Not now
Connect on Facebook to keep track of how many donations your share brings.
We will never post on Facebook without your permission.