Coast Shelter is a not-for-profit charity based on the NSW Central Coast which provides accommodation and support programs for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Coast Shelter has been operating for over 20 years and provides accommodation to over 150 men, women, families and youth every night. In addition to this, Coast Shelter also coordinates the provision of over 1,000 free meals every week through the Coast Community Centre.
Coast Shelter has nine separate programs which work together to achieve our mission of ending homelessness on the Central Coast. These programs include:
• Kara Women and Children's Refuge
• Coimba Men's Refuge
• Rumbalara Refuge
• Maya Young Women's Refuge
• Youth Angle
• Woy Woy Youth Cottage
• Central Coast Homeless Family Brokerage Service
• Coast Community Centre
Ways you can help Coast Shelter
Donations are always welcome and can be given in a variety of ways including financial contributions, leaving a bequest or even donating goods or services.read more
Supporters are always coming up with new and exciting events to raise funds which can range from a backyard barbecue or canned food drive to a black tie ball.read more
Volunteers are valued at Coast Shelter and are an important part of the work we do. Volunteer vacancies can vary, click below to find out how you can assist.read more