Adelaide Zero Project launched
Pro Bono Australia, 28th August 2017 | Wendy Williams
The Adelaide Zero Project has been launched by the Don Dunstan Foundation. The project, a first for an Australian city, aims to target rough sleeping in Adelaide’s CBD and achieve functional zero homelessness.
Don Dunstan Foundation executive director David Pearson told Pro Bono News the foundation had a proud history of engaging with homelessness issues, and functional zero sat within the ambitions for the city.
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