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#hack4homelessness
Report, October 2017
Contents
We believe young people
should create, not inherit
the future.
Vibewire is the launchpad for
young changemakers.
...
Background
Vibewire in partnership with Jewish House, NCOSS, Exodus Foundation, Minerva Collective, SGCH, QBE
Insurance, D...

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Summary report of Vibewire's #Hack4Homelessness. Held 15-17 September 2017, this social impact hackathon was designed to tackle the social, technical, cultural and behavioural challenges of homelessness.

Summary report of Vibewire's #Hack4Homelessness. Held 15-17 September 2017, this social impact hackathon was designed to tackle the social, technical, cultural and behavioural challenges of homelessness.

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  1. 1. #hack4homelessness Report, October 2017
  2. 2. Contents We believe young people should create, not inherit the future. Vibewire is the launchpad for young changemakers. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Background Homelessness themes Problem statements Teams and ideas Winners Next steps
  3. 3. Background Vibewire in partnership with Jewish House, NCOSS, Exodus Foundation, Minerva Collective, SGCH, QBE Insurance, Domain hosted a #hack4homelessness on 15-17 September 2017. Over 90 people participated in the hackathon including, coders, designers, architects, entrepreneurs and subject matter experts from Link Housing, Catholic Care, Exodus Foundation, Jewish House as well as people with lived experience of homelessness (past and current). More than 80% of participants had never been to a hackathon before - and only a small number of people had previously met. We were all swimming in uncharted waters. Over 36 hours, nine teams formed and developed solutions that addressed the key themes and problem statements.
  4. 4. Homelessness Themes Accommodation Where to find affordable accommodation, how to keep it and what options available Work readiness Help to get access to education and flexible employment Tools and services To deal with trauma, isolation, mental health and drug and alcohol In-kind and free services Access to medical, dental, legal, and accounting services
  5. 5. Problem Statements JEWISH HOUSE Challenge Homelessness isn’t just about shelter. We need to connect people to a network of services to support them. SGCH Challenge We need to find a way to encourage those who can afford private rentals to move out of social housing. NCOSS Challenge Young people account for 25% of people accessing homelessness services in NSW. Around 60% of those have spent time in out-of- home care. We’d like to reduce this by half. DOMAIN Challenge Affordable housing - helping supply meet demand.
  6. 6. Interviews https://youtu.be/_VWsP9ffvVw https://youtu.be/cT7IxnYh9BY https://youtu.be/C4woL5CUkdg
  7. 7. Teams & Ideas
  8. 8. SICAS Shim, Muberah & Chester Problem you are solving: Youth job readiness and skills. Lack of job leads to post foster care homelessness. The SICAS solution to this challenge was to prepare training programs made to look cool to appeal to 15-25 life journeys.
  9. 9. Insta Shelter Jaclyn, Eugene & Amira Problem you are solving: Lack of transition accommodation The Insta Shelter solution to this challenge was to create private, individual demountable shelter for people transitioning into permanent accommodation.
  10. 10. Shack Kate, Juraj, Jackie, Jonathon & Christopher Problem you are solving: Supply meeting demand The Shack solution to this challenge was to dramatical- ly expand the supply of short term accommodation using AirBnB and Domain data.
  11. 11. Bed Scanner Carmen, Olivia, Ben, John, Jennifer & Shu-min Problem you are solving: Access to beds/accommodation The Bed Scanner solution to this challenge was to simplify the current “booking”/referral system reliant on SHS.
  12. 12. Fair Bnb Bonnie, Ethel, Greg, Hannah, Federico, Melanie & Sheng Problem you are solving: Share Housing The Fair BnB solution to this challenge was to connect peo- ple looking for accommodation to share housing options. View presentation
  13. 13. Doti Vinod, Vincen, Tam, Leon & Shehara Problem you are solving: How might we ensure there is a community safety net for every child in Australia to reduce the risk of homelessness? The Doti solution to this challenge was create a safe and se- cure physical and virtual community support network for all young people in Australia. #Hack4homelessness - food for the soul Event re-cap care of Vinod Ralh (Team Doti).
  14. 14. Good Mates Andrew, Joanna, Rishap, Angela & Lakshmi Problem you are solving: Homelessness and guidance for young adults leaving foster care in conjunction to support for aging community. The Good Mates solution to this challenge was to provide a platform that brings together 15-23 year old young adults and people at and above the pension age. The young assist the pensioners and receive accommodation and a work opportunity that’ll lead to a profession in health care.
  15. 15. BlendCo Yuki, Zara, Steve, LP & Engramar Problem you are solving: Prejudice on tenancy application for pre-crisis homelessness. The BlendCo solution to this challenge was to create a microfinance platform with single data repository.
  16. 16. Care Connect John, Penny, Linda, Hardik, Kimberley & Bishoy Problem you are solving: Unused capacity with support services. The Care Connect solution to this challenge was to create a centralised booking system using Google calendars and a simple web interface.
  17. 17. Video https://youtu.be/QOz2wiomLEw
  18. 18. Winners Care Connect 1st Prize #CareConnect a centralised booking system for unused capacity in accommodation. Doti 2nd Prize Dream team Deloitte with #Doti a solution that matches young people at risk of homelessness with a community of 5 aunties and uncles who can be there in a time of need.
  19. 19. Winners Good Mates #GoodMates connecting young people leaving care with older empty nesters. BlendCo #BlendCo is a solution to support renters through microfinance.
  20. 20. Next Steps FOR WINNERS: INCUBATION The winning teams continue to work with Vibewire to incubate their projects. #CareConnect, #Doti and #GoodMagtes applied for the NSW Office for Social Impact Investing (OSii) for further development. #GoodMates was picked up by Andrew Perry and Collaboratory which will see the team incubated and supported to build the solution.
  21. 21. Next Steps FOR VIBEWIRE: We are presenting at the Investing4Good conference, showcasing the approach and the teams Care Connect, Doti, Good Mates and Fair Bnb. Social impact incubator: We are developing a Social Impact Incubator program that provides downstream support for projects that emerge from our hack-a- thing program. Next social impact hack: We are planning our next events: • Hack4DV: tackling the challenges of family and domestic violence, scheduled for 8-10 December 2017 • Hack4MentalHealth: tackling the challenge of youth mental health, scheduled for February 2018.
  22. 22. Vibewire is Australia’s first skills gym designed to prep young people (aged 20-35) on how to hustle in 2030. We run intensive skills workouts for you to exercise, challenge and push your enterprise, creative and technology skills working on real briefs and problems. We have incubated and supported over 100 creative, social and tech startups, and helped to launch the careers of over a thousand young change makers. Check us out on vibewire.org
  23. 23. Our Sponsors & Partners We couldn’t #Hack4Homelessness without the support of our sponsors and partners who have all gone above and beyond to help us reach deep into our communities to create connection and change.
  24. 24. Crowd Funding Contributors We’d also like to acknowledge the support of Toby Eggleston, Teamsquare Pty Ltd, Jack Skinner, Adrian Stone, Sam Rotberg, Nayeli Brancaccio, Asher Tan, Nat Swainston, Rob Voase, (In memory of) Habib Barbara, Adrian Stone, Annie Parker, Tom Fleming, Alan Riva, Himal Randeniya, Usman Iftikhar, Adam Joseph, Maya Marcus, Mark Cohen, Carolin Lenehan,TomDawkins,ColetteGrgic,NatalieWadwell,JoaoMedrado,MartinHesse,Lakshmi Balasubramani, Alex Scandurra, Kate Powl, Roy Green , Alex Harrington, Monica Wulff, Alan Jones, Paul Wallbank, Liz Jakubowski, Ayala Domani,Tully Rosen, Anna Robson, Anne-Marie Elias, John Dobbin and Gavin Heaton.
  25. 25. facebook.com/vibewire instagram.com/vibewire meetup.com/Young-Entrepreneurs-Sydney Connect with Us #hack4homelessness FOR MORE INFO vibewire.org

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