Watch out for the Street Swags community service television...

    April 18, 2014, 9:24 am

    Watch out for the Street Swags community service television announcements on air now. In this 60-second version, Natalie talks about what it's like to be homeless in Australia and how a Street Swag will help.   

    Natalie struggled with a difficult childhood and was injured badly at work. When Street Swags met with Natalie, she had been homeless for some time. Natalie is wearing clothes donated to her. Unfortunately Natalie passed away six months after the interview.

    Natalie's family loved her very much and did everything they could to help her. They wanted her story to be told and wanted to raise awareness about the increasing problem of homelessness in Australia. According to the latest Census, the number of people who are homeless in Australia is at record levels.

    Weekend Sunrise shows the positive impact of Street...

    April 18, 2014, 9:24 am

    Weekend Sunrise shows the positive impact of Street Swags production process and how it not only provides basic shelter to people who are homeless, but it also helps prisoners gain work-skills and make the transition back into the workforce on the outside; and teaches school children at St. Joseph's Nudgee College and Scotch College about giving back to their community.

    The canvas in Street Swags uses the very best from nature and...

    April 18, 2014, 9:24 am

    The canvas in Street Swags uses the very best from nature and modern technology and requires no further treatments after is is manufactured. Street Swags canvas:

    is water proof and is ready to use immediately,
    - has rot and mildew inhibitors, plus UV stabilisers to ensure longer life,
    - is abrasion resistant and water proof,
    - is low fire danger
    - has 35% cotton content so it breathes (this means condensation from body moisture doesn't build up in the swag causing it to become wet.)

    Street Swags canvas is the same canvas the Australian Army and R.M. Williams use. The natural and synthetic fibre mix ensures the  fabric breaths, while also delivering water proof benefits and warmth. 

    As mentioned above, Street Swags are low fire danger and are non-combustible to cigarette burns. Over 24,000 Street Swags have been distributed in Australia over the past 7 years and Street Swags have an outstanding safety record.

    Street Swags Stage for Hire! Street Swags now has a mobile...

    April 18, 2014, 9:24 am

    Street Swags Stage for Hire!

    Street Swags now has a mobile trailer stage which is ready to be used at your next function or production. All proceeds will go towards providing more Street Swags to people who desperately need them.

    The stage is currently located in Brisbane, but it can travel! Uniquely designed, this double axle trailer is complete with hydraulics to fold up and out to a 6 x 4.8 metre stage. It also features a sound system, 10 spot lights and a fully programmable back curtain. The trailer stage is covered in waterproof canvas, has neat skirting and a movie screen. 

    We are now in the process of building a mobile bar truck which will also be available for hire. To make an enquiry call: 0430 155 528.

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