• The reality of Christmas for young people in care

    Jason Juretic     |      December 20, 2017

    The end-of-the-year celebration is a festive and happy period for most of us, however, for young people living in Out-of-Home-Care, Christmas may be an unhappy reminder of loss. Jason Juretic, CEO of Stepping Stone House, reveals how each of us can contribute to providing vulnerable young people with a positive Christmas experience.

  • The importance of great NFP leadership

    Jason Juretic     |      October 20, 2017

    Are you considering a move from a corporate to the not-for-profit sector? The CEO of Stepping Stone House, Jason Juretic, shares his experience doing just that.

  • 5 great ways you can get involved in charity work

    Jason Juretic     |      September 19, 2017

    There has been a significant rise recently in corporates involvement with charity and community causes. Rather than just donating, there are more hands-on and meaningful ways to take part. Jason Juretic, CEO of Stepping Stone House, recommends five ways to get involved.

  • The cycle of youth homelessness in Australia – and how you can help

    Jason Juretic     |      July 17, 2017

    1 in 200 Australians are sleeping rough each night, half of this number is under 25. Jason Juretic, CEO of Stepping Stone House looks at the adage “it takes a village to raise a child” and how it can help combat youth homelessness.

  • We need to make housing accessible for young people leaving Out-of-Home-Care

    Jason Juretic     |      May 29, 2017

    Little attention has been given to vulnerable young people in the context of housing affordability. Jason Juretic, CEO of Stepping Stone House, argues that the Government should extend funding for youth from 18 to 21 years old.

  • Helping youth create their future

    Jason Juretic     |      April 4, 2017

    Today is Youth Homelessness Matters Day 2017. Jason Juretic is CEO of Stepping Stone House, a not for profit organisation helping vulnerable youth to grow into self-sufficient and independent adults, starting with a safe and secure home environment.