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Success Stories

Success Stories

Since 1979, Help the Homeless has made over £2m of grants to charities throughout the UK working with the homeless.  Here are some examples of grants we have recently made:

 

 Communal area of Spear's hostel for rough sleepers "Penny Wade House".

Communal area of Spear's hostel for rough sleepers "Penny Wade House".

SPEAR is a charity working with homeless people in and around Richmond. Their integrated services cover the full spectrum of homelessness.

As part of their services they operate a 12-bed hostel.  Help the Homeless made a grant of £3,000 to help them buy wardrobes to furnish the bedrooms in this accommodation.

 

 


 Shelving and storage funded by Help the Homeless

Shelving and storage funded by Help the Homeless

The Cathedral Archer Project(CAP) is a day centre that supports the homeless and vulnerable in Sheffield.  It was founded in 1990 as a breakfast project.  They are now based in purpose built premises in the heart of the city centre at Sheffield Cathedral.  

Help the Homeless made a grant of £2,650 for them to purchase shelving and storage so they can more efficiently sort food and collate food parcels for their clients.


 2 Placements from a Social Welfare Provider work together to renovate a wardrobe door.

2 Placements from a Social Welfare Provider work together to renovate a wardrobe door.

Furniture Plus is a Furniture Re-Use, Recycling and Repair charity based in Fife. It has a mission to “Help Furnish the People of Fife” and offers low cost or discounted items to anyone while simultaneously delivering employability options through work and skills based placements/training.

Help the Homeless made a grant of £2,000 towards the construction of a new workshop for training.