Kangaroo Point Neighbourhood Watch Gives Homeless Friends a Hand

They received a complaint about some individuals sleeping rough at a park. But instead of turning them away, Kangaroo Point Neighbourhood Watch (KPNHW) decided to work with Micah Projects to support the homeless.

For their 12 June meeting, KPNHW invited Micah Projects’ Natalie Garth and Dr Saad Farooqui to gain a better understanding of homelessness in Brisbane. The neighbourhood watch decided to conduct a fundraiser to help rough sleepers access housing.

KPNHW is holding its Christmas in July Fundraiser in support of the work of Micah Projects. The fundraising event will be held at a beautiful river setting at Medley Café and Restaurant in Kangaroo Point on Monday, 17 July 2017.

Event Details:

Date: Monday, 17 July 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Medley Café and Restaurant
62 Wharf Street, Kangaroo Point



$50 per person
Please pay Direct Deposit to BSB: 084-004
Account Number: 596374475
Account Name: KPNHW
Bank: NAB, New Farm
Reference: KP17July + your surname
Contact kpnhw.sec@gmail.com if unable to pay by direct deposit. 
Photo credit: micahprojects.org.au

“Every child and adult has the right to a home, an income, healthcare, education, safety, dignity and connection with their community of choice.”

~ Micah Projects

What to Expect

Photo credit: www.medleykp.com.au

There will be welcome drink on arrival and a selection of hot and cold canapés. Additional drinks will be available for purchase. Live music will be supplied by Out of Abingdon.

The Attendees can donate Welcome Packs at the Wishing Well. These welcome packs will be given to rough sleepers to help them start in their new housing.

Prizes will be raffled off during the event. KPNHW has received donations from local businesses to raffle the following gift vouchers.

Dinner at Deery’s Restaurant, valued at $100
2 x 2  Double Passes to Brisbane Jazz Club, worth $120
One-hour standard massage at Siam Blend Health Spa, valued at $89
Food and drink at Medley Café, worth $50

Visit the Micah Projects website to find other ways to help.