Get Involved

St Kilda Gatehouse loves working collaboratively with the community and individuals to address issues that limit a woman’s options. For this purpose the work of St Kilda Gatehouse is only possible because of the support and generosity of donors and volunteers. Your contribution has a direct impact on the lives of those who visit St Kilda Gatehouse daily. Support can come in different forms and there are many ways you can assist.

Financial Donations

Become a monthly donor. Join a wonderful team of regular donors to help provide stability to the running of St Kilda Gatehouse programs. Regular donors will receive an annual receipt and a gift voucher to the Greeves St Op Shop.

One time donations are welcome.

All donations over $2 are tax deductible and you will receive an automatic receipt via email.

Workplace Giving

St Kilda Gatehouse is a registered charity on the Good2Give Workplace giving platform. Good2Give enables employees to make pre-tax donations direct from their pay. Over 70% of companies registered on the Good2Give Workplace Giving Platform match their employees donations – meaning St Kilda Gatehouse receives more!

To join:

  1. Ask your employer if your organisation is registered on the Good2Give Workplace Giving Platform
  3. Nominate St Kilda Gatehouse as a Charity of your choice
  4. Promote Workplace giving to your colleagues

Other Ways to donate

Food related:

  • Non perishable food
  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Sugar
  • Cordial
  • Reusable shopping bags (for carrying clothing)
  • Plastic/paper Goods
  • Shopping bags (used for food parcels)
  • Take-away containers (used for food parcels)
  • Coffee Cups
  • Napkins
  • Takeaway Plates & Bowls
  • Takeaway Cutlery

Personal hygiene:

  • Baby Wipes
  • Socks (preferably new)
  • Underwear (new only)
  • Shampoo & Conditioner (travel size)
  • Cosmetics

Clothes & Other:

  • Pyjamas
  • Shoes
  • Clothes
  • Blankets
  • Towels
  • Umbrellas
  • Clothes

We are so grateful for donated items that we are able to pass onto the women who access our services.

All donations can be dropped off at 12-14 Belford Street, St Kilda South between Op Shop hours where they will be distributed to either St Kilda Drop In Centre or Young Women’s Project in Dandenong.

Alternatively please email for any queries.

‘Greeves St. Recycled’ welcomes good quality donations of clothing, maternity, vintage and unique homewares. Please no electrical goods or furniture except small pieces! Items can be dropped off at 12 Belford Street, St Kilda on Mondays-Fridays between 11am and 5pm. Please ensure donations are clean as we do not have the capacity to wash and dry clothing.

 All sale proceeds support the programs of St Kilda Gatehouse

Greeves St. is the umbrella name for three social enterprise projects: The Greeves St. Sewing Project, Greeves St. Op Shop and Greeves St. Voices
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The community space in Greeves Street is the primary point of contact for many who work on the streets. It provides a safe, homely environment.
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The Young Women’s Centre in Dandenong supports young women and girls aged 12 – 25 years, who are involved in or at risk of sexual exploitation
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Volunteers across St Kilda Gatehouse programs are highly valued for their time and skills. Without volunteers we would not be able to run our programs. Volunteering opportunities vary greatly from site to site, but always reflect our organisational values of building safe communities and providing safe spaces for those experiencing marginalisation.

Each volunteer is required to undergo: 

  • a National Police Check
  • a Working With Children Check
  • attendance at a St Kilda Gatehouse information session
  • an interview with a team leader
  • and a trial period

For more information or to register interest in volunteering visit our volunteer page.

A big part of fundraising is being an advocate on behalf of women who are often voiceless. St Kilda Gatehouse needs others to help raise much needed funds to run our programs and raise awareness of the stigma that is often attributed with street based sex work or the misconceptions of sexual exploitation.

Run your own Fundraising Event

If you’re organising a social event, why not give it an extra purpose. The event could be as simple as a movie night, a clothes swap, a dinner party... We will help in anyway we can.

COMING SOON you will be able set up your own fundraising page and be sponsored or you can ask people to donate in lieu of gifts. It’s up to you. Upload your own photo and cause and away you go!