DineSmart unites restaurants and their diners to take action against homelessness.

We partner with restaurants and local homelessness projects

Diners make a small donation at partner restaurants

Money raised makes it’s way to local projects that change lives!

2018 DineSmart Top Fundraisers:

Chin Chin
Cafe Sydney
Longrain Sydney
The Apollo
The Spaghetti House Trattoria
Windy Point Restaurant
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Become a Restaurant Partner

Join industry leaders and become a 2019 DineSmart venue today. Good for business, great way to connect with customers & staff, and good for your community.

Dine Out & Help Out

Dine Out & Help Someone Sleeping Out – find your local participating venue, and leave your donation to support local homelessness projects.

Donations Stay Local

Funds raised stay local, and head directly to grassroots projects that are taking action against homelessness – view map.

DineSmart 2018 Participating Restaurants

DineSmart is an opportunity to raise money for an important cause, and a timely reminder about the true meaning of the festive season.

Gavin Van Staden, Red Spice Road

We’ve been supporting StreetSmart for 12 years at all my restaurants and we are so happy to be involved in supporting such great projects.

Simon Denton, Kappo and Izakaya Den

I would sincerely encourage other restaurants to get involved – it doesn’t take much to get started, and the money you raise can really help turn peoples’ lives around.

Adam Cash, Union Dining

We are proud to be part of such a wonderful organisation and to know that it really does make a difference is heart warming. So often we give something but never know where the dollar went.

Monica Fuller, Sails on the Bay

DineSmart Restaurants and Customers Change Lives

Alla Wolf Tasker owns Lakehouse in Daylesford. Since 2006 Alla and her frount of house team, led by Abdel Bennani, have been supporting DineSmart.

Over that time the team have raised $25,358 to help fund a number of vital local projects including seed funding and supporting Eureka Mums, and WRISC, who have used the funds to support their counselling, therapy and support program for children fleeing domestic violence.

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