Finding Common Ground: How Big Banks & Small Charities Can Work Together on Homelessness

By Lareena Hilton published by The Huffington Post:

You may think a leading bank with an extensive global presence and a shelter for homeless and vulnerable people in South London make an unlikely partnership. But with one in ten small charities balancing the threat of closure with a significant demand for their services, groups like the Drive Forward Foundation, who build positive futures for care leavers, need our help.

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Daisy-May Hudson: ‘Being homeless came as a big shock

By Dawn Foster published by The Guardian:

The 24-year-old film-maker’s documentary, Half Way, records her family’s loss of their home and struggle to find somewhere to live – to show it can happen to anyone.

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‘Not just statistics’: service remembers London’s dead homeless people

By Harriet Sherwood published by The Guardian:

Memorial service at St-Martin-in-the-Fields church hears personal stories of some of the 194 people to have died on capital’s streets in past year.

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100,000 Children Will Wake Up Homeless On Christmas Day -15,000 More Than Last Year, Shelter Estimates

By Steven Hopkins published by The Huffington Post:

More than 100,000 children will wake up homeless this Christmas Day across Britain – the equivalent of four children for every school in the country – according to estimates from Shelter.

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