At a Roof In Return, we raise money to provide veterans and their direct family members a service for securing safe housing.
Many returned veterans struggle to adjust to post-war life and can suffer prolonged physical impairments and mental illness such as post-traumatic stress disorder. This can lead to difficulty maintaining employment, financial stress, domestic violence, substance abuse and family breakdown; all of which lead to a greater risk of homelessness.
A Roof In Return’s housing assistance service enables these members of society to secure short to medium term housing when in need. Veterans deserve a dignified existence, but too often they end up on the streets or in unstable housing situations.
What we do
As the only service provider of its kind in Australia, A Roof In Return is a not-for-profit charity delivering safe and secure housing options to veterans through Tenancy Facilitation, Bond Loan, Tenancy Guarantee, Rental Assistance, Interim Accommodation and Overnight Accommodation services.
Fundraising activity through individual donations, grants, foundations, corporations and bequests from individuals directly fund our ability to provide housing services to Australian veterans.
A Roof In Return’s annual reports are provided as an overview of our activities during each twelve month period (July to June) to the ACNC and individual states in accordance with individual legislated requirements.
The reports will include program activity and evaluation, campaigns, and the financial report for that period.
To ensure transparency, continuous improvement and to meet the legal requirements of our fundraising licences, A Roof In Return will commission an independent evaluation at the end of each twelve month period when required by the ACNC.