Isabel Thuraisingham

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Let's help end homelessness.

During National Homelessness Week, August 6, I’ll be walking 7 miles to raise funds for the 6,000 people experiencing homelessness in South Australia. All funds go to Hutt St Centre who have been supporting people for more than 65 years by providing a hearty meal, a hot shower, all in a safe, welcoming space. $51 can provide 3 people with the opportunity to attend weekly social connection programs, if you are feeling generous please feel free to give more (don't feel pressured to give heaps). I’d be so grateful for your support! Please give generously to my donation page.

Together we can help end homelessness.

My Updates

Thursday 5th Aug
Thank you so much for all of your donations, they are all going to a great cause!
Tuesday 3rd Aug
Thank you so much for all the people who have donated so so far. I have nearly reached my goal! 

Thank you to my Sponsors



Keep up the good work. It's been great seeing you explore all the difficulties around this deep issue. Love Dad & Mum



Good luck on your walk


Yan-li Ho

How kind and thoughtful to participate in this cause. Keep up the good work! Love Sam Yee xo


Kalina Tosh

Great cause Isabel! Very happy to support you.



What a great cause Isabel



I am very proud of you!😘


Kevin An Sarah Lai

A great cause to support ! Good luck with the walk Isabel xx


Haddad Family

Great cause. Well done Isabel!!


Sou-min Ho

Well Isabel!


Yan Ho

Great initiative Issey. Xx


Mei Thuraisingham


Izzy Kernaghan

Well done Izzy! A very good cause


Amanda Dale

Great Work Isabel 👏🏽


Sonia Tsangari

What a great cause! Well done Isabel!


Vicki Pangallo

Great work Isabel x


Donna Angel

Well done Isabel


Sophie Thomas

What a great cause. Good luck with reaching your goal.


Isabel Thuraisingham


Joshua & Fiona Thuraisingham

God loves your compassionate heart Isabel.


Lachie Macgregor

Good luck on reaching your goal! Hope this helps!


Lana Bruce


Mrs Fou

So proud of you Isabel. Small people can make a big difference.