Live Grant Funds

Find out more here about Homeless Link's current live grant funds and programmes. All grant funds on this page are closed for applications and projects are currently running. If you would like more information on any of our live grant funds, please get in touch with

Homelessness Winter Transformation Fund (2021)  

Now in its second year Homeless Link are delivering the capital and revenue streams of the Homelessness Winter Transformation fund in 2021/22. Homeless Link in partnership with Housing Justice deliver this with funding from the Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). The overall programme aim is to support faith, community and voluntary groups to provide better quality, dignified provision for individuals experiencing rough sleeping, offering more sustainable routes off the streets. £3million of funding is available, of which £1million is for Capital projects and £2million is for Revenue.   

A full list of grantees will be published in September 2021.   

Immigration Advice for Rough Sleepers Fund (2021)   

Homeless Link on behalf of the GLA manage the Immigration Advice for Rough Sleepers Fund (IARSF). In early 2021, the Homeless Link team opened applications to the Fund and in March 2021 awarded seven grants, totalling £251,412. Homeless Link are supporting grantees via management of the fund and an ongoing network engaged with the issue to collaboratively problem solve and share learning and expertise. This programme will run until June 2022.  The programme seeks to enable services to support people to prove or obtain secure immigration status and enable a positive move-on from the streets or from emergency accommodation. The Fund aims to reach migrant rough sleepers to reduce their vulnerability to rough sleeping again or becoming entrenched rough sleepers, as well as reducing their risk of falling victim to exploitation or crimes such as modern slavery  

 A full list of grantees can be found here.   

Responding to the Resilience Risk 2 

Responding to the Resilience Risk 2 is a programme of activity, working with 12 organisations, designed to improve individual and organisational resilience. Funded by City Brdige Trust and Oak Foundation, the programme is co-ordinated by Homeless Link. The programme is taking place over 22 weeks from October 2021 to April 2022 and activities include one to one coaching and group training, led by specially trained coaches from Guildhall Coaching Associates. During the course of the project participants will take part in research and evaluation led by Renaisi.

A full list of grantees can be found here.