• Centrepoint


    Centrepoint believes that we should live in a society where all young people realise their potential. Centrepoint works with young people who often have little sense of self-worth or self-respect; we help them to tackle the underlying issues behind their homelessness and focus on the positive aspects of their lives. We want them to become resolute, resourceful and resilient.

  • Shelter


    Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. We do this by giving advice, information and advocacy to people in housing need, and by campaigning for lasting political change to end the housing crisis for good.

  • Somebody Cares


    Somebody Cares is a unique consortium of four charities helping those affected by HIV/AIDS, substance misuse, homelessness and imprisonment overseas. This includes Homeless Link who represent and support over 480 organisations working with homeless people in the UK.

  • St Mungo's Broadway

    St Mungo's Broadway

    St Mungo's Broadway believes people can – and do - recover from the issues that create homelessness. We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to prevent homelessness, helping about 25,000 people a year. We support men and women through more than 250 projects across the south and south west of England. These include emergency and outreach services, hostel and supportive housing projects, specialist physical and mental health services, and skills, work and advice projects. We work across London and the south of England including in Bristol, Oxfordshire and Sussex, as well as managing, with partners, major homelessness sector projects such as StreetLink and the Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN). We influence and campaign nationally to help people rebuild their lives.