PROBLEM.
SOLUTION:
INCLUSIVE WORK
IMPACT
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Because we have a
As of May 2019 there were 227 people known to be sleeping rough in Adelaide's inner city and many more living in unstable, unsafe accommodation.
These vulnerable people face complex barriers to gaining meaningful employment.
We will provide people facing homelessness with the knowledge, insight and skills to take them from risk to stability. We will teach and train, and guarantee a job.
Our
Two months of learning and development + paid on-the-job work experience + a pathway into suitable, meaningful employment with GOGO'S SA business partners. 
The Program Crew are welcomed into GOGO, starting with a chance to discuss their needs, goals and ambitions.
Integrated support is provided to the Program Crew through the Hutt St Centre wrap-around casework support, and working alongside community support providers.
Over an 8 week period a training and development program offers the Program Crew three learning sessions per week. We will cover both wellbeing and foundational modern work skills. 
The Program Crew take part in paid, supported work experience with GOGO Events in delivering event services for clients.
The GOGO Foundation then supports Program Crew to achieve meaningful employment in the workforce through GOGO’s business partnerships.

GOGO understands the 

of meaningful work.

It builds confidence, capability and independence.

DONATE
"I feel it gives my life purpose and makes me feel as if I’m actually worth something"

~ GOGO Crew Member
HIRE
BOOK
Donate to The GOGO Foundation.
We need funds for training and support for each participant. For every $1000 we receive we can provide a day of teaching, job education, wellbeing and skill learning for a group of 10 people experiencing homelessness.
Hire our job-ready staff.
We’re asking the businesses and people of Adelaide to partner with us to give the life-changing gift of employment. We will work with you to ensure success for them and for your business.
Book your next event with GOGO.
Think of us as the social impact arm of your business. When you engage GOGO to run your next networking event, festival, awards night or christmas work picnic 
you will have a fabulous event and create impact at the same time.
Our vision is an equitable and inclusive society.
THE PROGRAM
ENQUIRE NOW
PROBLEM.
Because we have a
As of May 2019 we know there are 227 people sleeping rough in Adelaide and many more living in unstable, unsafe accommodation.
Our
INCLUSIVE WORK

GOGO understands the 

IMPACT

of meaningful work.

It builds confidence, capability and independence.

HOW YOU CAN HELP
Hire our trained staff.
We’re asking the businesses and people of Adelaide to partner with us to give the life-changing gift of employment. We will work with you to ensure success for them and for your business.
BOOK
Book your next event with GOGO.
Think of us as the social impact arm of your business. When you engage GOGO to run your next networking event, festival, awards night or christmas work picnic 
you will have a fabulous event and create impact at the same time.
Our vision is an equitable and inclusive society.
These vulnerable people face complex barriers to gaining meaningful employment.
We will provide people facing homelessness with the knowledge, insight and skills to take them from risk to stability. We will teach and train, and guarantee a job.
SOLUTION:
THE PROGRAM
Two months of learning and development
+ paid on-the-job work experience
+ a pathway into suitable, meaningful employment with GOGO'S SA business partners.
The Program Crew are welcomed into GOGO, starting with a chance to discuss their needs, goals and ambitions.
Integrated support is provided to the Program Crew through the Hutt St Centre wrap-around casework support, and working alongside community support providers.
Over an 8 week period a training and development program offers the Program Crew three learning sessions per week. We will cover both wellbeing and foundational modern work skills. 
The Program Crew take part in paid, supported work experience with GOGO Events in delivering event services for clients.
The GOGO Foundation then supports Program Crew to achieve meaningful employment in the workforce through GOGO’s business partnerships.
"I feel it gives my life purpose and makes me feel as if I’m actually worth something"

~ GOGO Crew Member
DONATE
Donate to The GOGO Foundation.
We need funds for training and support for each participant. For every $1000 we receive we can provide a day of teaching, job education, wellbeing and skill learning for a group of 10 people experiencing homelessness.
HIRE
ENQUIRE NOW
BOARD MEMBERS
I am the Founder and CEO of GOGO Events, a B Corp accredited bespoke event and design management social business, employing people who experience homelessness. In the past seven years, I have created over 750 job outcomes for 85 individuals who are on their journey out of homelessness. The GOGO Foundation is a charity born out of GOGO events with a mission to create an inclusive workforce.
SARAH GUN
CEO
I am a lawyer by training and Principal of Megan Hender Consulting. I have served on the boards of some of South Australia’s most respected organisations including the Adelaide Convention Centre, the Adelaide Central Market Authority and the Festival of Arts. I am passionate about building a fairer, more equal and more compassionate society, and volunteer my time as the inaugural chair of the GOGO Foundation to that end.
MEGAN HENDER
CHAIR
I am a passionate South Australian who has worked with small to medium businesses for more than 20 years. I am especially passionate about supporting women and have a number of entrepreneurial clients I work with closely to assist them in enhancing their businesses and impact on society. I have been involved in the GOGO Foundation since its inception and am excited to see where the next year takes us.

LISA PRITCHARD
TREASURER + SECRETARY
I have been so lucky to have worked as a teacher, a cook, a project officer, a TV producer, a community support worker and a PR consultant. At the core of each of these roles is my love of people and the world. I have known Sarah for 35 years and have worked closely with her for the last three so when she invited me to join The GOGO Foundation Board, I jumped at the chance to be involved with a passionate and innovative change-maker like her.
YVONNE KARABATSOS 
BOARD MEMBER
"I have come to appreciate much more, how worthy I am to ask for the experiences that will help me shape my evolving personality and my future, and strengthen my self-respect,”

~ GOGO CREW MEMBER
"I have come to appreciate much more, how worthy I am to ask for the experiences that will help me shape my evolving personality and my future, and strengthen my self-respect,”

~ GOGO CREW MEMBER
BOARD MEMBERS
SARAH GUN
CEO
I am the Founder and CEO of GOGO Events, a B Corp accredited bespoke event and design management social business, employing people who experience homelessness. In the past seven years, I have created over 750 job outcomes for 85 individuals who are on their journey out of homelessness. The GOGO Foundation is a charity born out of GOGO events with a mission to create an inclusive workforce.
MEGAN HENDER
CHAIR
I am a lawyer by training and Principal of Megan Hender Consulting. I have served on the boards of some of South Australia’s most respected organisations including the Adelaide Convention Centre, the Adelaide Central Market Authority and the Festival of Arts. I am passionate about building a fairer, more equal and more compassionate society, and volunteer my time as the inaugural chair of the GOGO Foundation to that end.  
LISA PRITCHARD
TREASURER + SECRETARY
I am a passionate South Australian who has worked with small to medium businesses for more than 20 years. I am especially passionate about supporting women and have a number of entrepreneurial clients I work with closely to assist them in enhancing their businesses and impact on society. I have been involved in the GOGO Foundation since its inception and am excited to see where the next year takes us.

YVONNE KARABATSOS 
BOARD MEMBER
I have been so lucky to have worked as a teacher, a cook, a project officer, a TV producer, a community support worker and a PR consultant. At the core of each of these roles is my love of people and the world. I have known Sarah for 35 years and have worked closely with her for the last three so when she invited me to join The GOGO Foundation Board, I jumped at the chance to be involved with a passionate and innovative change-maker like her.