C.ex Community Crew
Sleep Out


Go To Our Fundraiser Now!

Will you be sleeping out this year? The C.ex Community Crew are holding the annual C.ex Community Crew Sleep Out, raising awareness and much needed funds for homelessness on the Coffs Coast.
You can help, by registering today to participate in the event and start fundraising as a team or individual. Can’t Sleep Out, simply donate in support of this local community fundraising event.

Date: **UPDATED** Wednesday, 26 June 2024
Time: 6pm to 8am
Location: C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
More details: here



Homelessness is often the result of multiple complex issues causing families and individuals to face crisis situations that leave them physically, psychologically, and financially at risk. Without support, these circumstances can quickly spiral out of control forcing Australians to sleep out in the cold. Let’s build awareness in our community and raise funds for local charities that are working to improve the condition of Coffs Coast homeless situation.

The C.ex Community Crew Sleep out, now in its tenth year, has raised $506,820.88 to date for local social welfare charities and service providers. Last year’s event saw a staggering $60,000 raised so let’s continue the momentum by raising further funds for local organisations working to combat homelessness.

100% of all funds raised through the event will be equally distributed by the C.ex Community Crew between this year’s charity partners, Adele House and Warrina Domestic & Family Violence Specialist Services.


Contact: Kerri Wallace
Community Relations Coordinator
Ph: 0266919267 or email: Kerri.Wallace@cex.com.au

Addressing The Housing and Homelessness Crisis

Addressing the housing and homelessness crisis, Ben Stevenson, HIT 105.5 Coffs Coast Announcer, produced a podcast in 2021 that shed light on the severity of the region’s housing challenges. In the podcast, Ben explored Australia’s tendency to view housing as an investment and wealth-building tool, leading to skyrocketing house prices that have become unattainable for an entire generation of Australians. He also discussed the impact of Airbnb, which has contributed to a scarcity of rental properties in the region, resulting in rising rental prices and additional strain on resources allocated to those at risk of homelessness. You can listen to the ‘The Coffs in Crisis’ Podcast to the right or on the LiSTNR app.




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