Centrepoint works and campaigns to give homeless young people a future by supporting them directly, and by influencing practice, policy and provision. We use our award-winning Support and Development approach to practice.
Crisis began over 40 years ago as a volunteer-led organisation and much of our work would not be possible without the support of thousands of volunteers.
Emmaus Communities enable people to move on from homelessness, providing work and a home in a supportive, family environment.
Save The Family
Save the Family provides sheltered accommodation for local homeless families in north-west England and North Wales.
Shelter was founded in England in 1966 by the Reverend Bruce Kenrick, who was horrified by the state of the tenements round his Notting Hill parish. The setting up of the organisation in Scotland followed in 1968.
The Big Issue is one of the UK’s leading social businesses, which seventeen years since its inception continues to offer homeless and vulnerably housed people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army have spent more than 100 years trying to ensure that those without a home are looked after.