IN 2012, former Cockatoo Valley resident Wendy Morgan was living comfortably in a rental property.
LOCAL anti-poverty campaigner Sam Shetler was trapped in the poverty cycle as a child growing up in the United States – now, he wants to make sure young people in Gawler don’t suffer the same way.
THE Gawler conference of St Vincent de Paul is seeing a dramatic rise in people needing their assistance, with the amount of homeless and at-risk people seeking support almost doubling between 2013 and 2018.
DI Johnson starts her day at 8am, full of energy and ready to support what could be over 100 people who enter Elizabeth’s Foodbank Food Hub on any given day.
HOMLESSNESS is complex and there are a variety of reasons why an individual may become displaced, according to Anglicare South Australia chief executive Peter Sandeman.
LOCAL coffee lovers can get their caffeine fix and support a good cause at Gawler’s Alchemy Café this Friday.
TWO Gawler East mums have paired up to bring the LifeInABag campaign to South Australia and help the north’s disadvantaged and homeless.