Safe Night Space

Hobart, we need your help!

With the housing crisis reaching unprecedented levels the number of people sleeping rough has gone well beyond an acceptable level. It’s time to take action!

Hobart City Mission and The Salvation Army are developing Safe Night Space, a pilot program for men and women who are sleeping rough in the City of Hobart. 

Safe Night Space will run from 8pm to 7am, 7 days a week.  It will be a safe and secure place for people to find shelter from the elements, rest and links to support services such as Housing Connect, Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug doctors. 

To make this program a reality we need to raise $450,000  – this will only happen with the support of people like you.

Your donation will make a real difference to the lives of people sleeping rough in our community, on the streets of Hobart. 

All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

Click here for our Information Sheet on Safe Night Space, or click here to see our interviews with people experiencing homelessness in Hobart.  

black and white photo of a camping tent and a white car

Hobart City Mission