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Shelter WA to release budget submission as homelessness hits record high

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Shelter WA will hold an online briefing and Q&A for journalists on Wednesday to release its budget submission.

Attendees will receive embargoed access to the budget submission and new analysis showing homelessness hitting a record high in WA.

To attend please email

WHEN: Wednesday March 27 9.30am via Teams online meeting

WHO: Shelter WA CEO Kath Snell and Shelter WA Chair Kieran Wong

Kath will be available for additional broadcast interviews following the briefing.

Contact details:

Charlie Moore: 0452 606 171

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