5-11 August 2024

This August, walk a mile or more a day for people experiencing homelessness

It takes the support of an entire community to end homelessness.

This August, walk a mile or more a day during National Homelessness Week and join a caring community raising much needed funds for more than 7,000 people experiencing homelessness in South Australia.

By taking part in Walk a Mile in My Boots, you are helping to provide essential wellbeing services and professional support for people experiencing homeleness.

Thank you for being part of a movement to end homelessness

How it works

Sign up

Once you register, you’ll get your very own fundraising page where you can track your progress, post walking updates, create a team, and raise funds to help end homelessness.

Spread the word

We're all in this together! Invite your friends and family to support your efforts by making generous donations – it’s super easy using your online dashboard and resources.

Walk a mile a day

Walk a mile (or more!) a day during Challenge Week, from
5-11 August. You can walk wherever you'd like, whenever you'd like. Log your miles along the way, win prizes and earn rewards!

Join The Final Mile

Join our amazing community as we walk The Final Mile together in support of over 7,000 people experiencing homelessness – it’s set to be an amazing day.

Your Impact


people going the extra mile


raised to help end homelessness

Why support the work of
Hutt St Centre?

It takes our whole community – including you! – to make sure that
Hutt St Centre remains a place of connection and support. A place where people at risk of or experiencing homelessness are empowered to rebuild their lives. 

Your fundraising can help provide essential support, including health and wellbeing services, sit-down meals, laundry services, hot showers, and connection to other professional services.


Raise $78

And get a Walk a Mile in
My Boots beanie

Raise $260

And get a pair of Walk a Mile in
My Boots socks

Raise $500

And get a Walk a Mile in
My Boots T-shirt

You are walking in Jamie's boots

Jamie’s story is one of resilience and courage.

Jamie's journey took a difficult turn when he relocated for work and found himself struggling with alcohol use, costing him his job. The challenges he faced began to strain his relationships, ultimately leading to experiences of homelessness in both Tasmania and Adelaide.

Enduring months of sleeping rough in Adelaide, Jamie discovered hope and support through Hutt St Centre and the generosity of our community. With unwavering determination and access to vital resources, Jamie regained control of his life. 

With unwavering determination and access to vital resources, Jamie regained control of his life. 

“I’m so proud of how far I’ve come, but I couldn’t have done it without the help of Hutt St Centre and people like you.”
Join Walk a Mile in My Boots and stand with people like Jamie on their journey out of homelessness

*Name changed for privacy

Thank you to our supporting partners for going the extra mile to end homelessness