Influence * Representation * Policy Analysis
Systemic Housing Advocacy * Evidence Based Research
Dedicated to our members and the South Australians they serve, Shelter SA is frank and fearless, a truly independent voice on the housing matters that mean the most to you. To ensure that our important systemic housing advocacy can continue and to tap into our extensive networks there are five ways you can support Shelter SA.
Make a $1,000.00 tax-deductible corporate donation – Shelter SA is a registered charity.
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Shelter SA closely monitors and evaluates policy, legislation and changes to service delivery that affect the housing system. Evidence-based policy work informs our advocacy to improve the lives of people living on low incomes and experiencing homelessness. We provide timely analysis, advice, commentary, information and assistance to our members on a wide variety of housing issues and we publish these through our regular electronic news, our website, in mainstream media and our social media platforms.
We participate in a range of government, community and industry consultations and are influential in several national community and not-for-profit forums. Our Executive Director is the Chairperson of National Shelter, the national peak body for housing.
We regularly engage with relevant State and Federal Ministers, Members of Parliament and government departments on matters of concern and interest to our members. We collaborate with other stakeholders to promote the housing interests of people living on low incomes and our members. We also support academic research on all aspects of the housing system through participation in research projects and our own research. Join us in promoting housing as a human right and seeking social justice today!