We are calling for a funding uplift, in line with inflation, to Keep Our Doors Open
As rising inflation drives up costs across the country, a combination of long-term funding deficits, staff shortages and increased demand for support has pushed the already stretched homelessness sector into crisis.
At the same time, homelessness and rough sleeping rates are on the rise. Without Government action, people experiencing homelessness may not have safe, trusted providers to turn to as services are forced to close.
Our Keep Our Doors Open campaign is calling for Government to give homelessness services the resources they need to continue to support people in the face of rising costs.
Want to get involved?
The support of homelessness organisations across the country will be vital to applying the necessary pressure on Government to bring in the changes that we need to see. As such, there are a number of ways organisations can take actions in support the campaign.
This document will give you context on why we are campaigning on this issue and how you can get involved.Find out more
This toolkit is designed to support organisations in writing to their local MP and asking them to take action ahead of the Spring Budget.Find out more
St Mungo's, Two Saints, P3 Charity, Porchlight, Riverside Housing Association, St Martins Housing Trust, Changing Lives, Your Place, BCHA, Booth Centre, AMAT UK, St Basils, Glass Door, Caritas Diocese of Salford, Nomad Opening Doors, Salvation Army, Centrepoint, Single Homeless Project, Providence Row
The Brick, Unseen Tours, Aspire Oxford, Transform Housing & Support, Harbour Housing, Thames Reach, Spear London, Connection Support, Ipswich Housing Action Group, National Housing Federation, Action Homeless, Wycomble Homeless Connection, Harbour Place, Julian House, Seaview Project, Cranstoun, Oasis Community Housing, 1625 Independent People