PMM Group

In 2018, SHP embarked on a Charity of the Year partnership with PMM Group.

Founded in 2007, PMM Group is a leading alternative asset manager specialising in real estate and debt investment, with offices in Berlin and London. The partnership is part of their ‘Better Futures’ Corporate Responsibility Plan, with PMM also supporting an outreach programme in Wandsworth run by SPEAR.

PMM is supporting SHP by part-funding our employability programme that helps homeless people to find a job and secure a sustainable income that enables them to afford housing. The aim is to support approximately 150 homeless people a year with this service.

PPM staff are also encouraged to volunteer with SHP, receiving one day’s paid leave a year to do this. In December 2018, over a third of the London office volunteered with us - helping to wrap and deliver 830 Christmas presents and decorations to 21 of our services all across London.

Liz Rutherfoord, SHP's CEO, said on the volunteering support: “Without your help, we wouldn’t have been able to carry out the biggest Christmas campaign in SHP history or make Christmas day truly special for over 830 vulnerable people. It was really touching to see how much you care about homelessness in London and were willing to support our cause this year. The time, generosity and enthusiasm you brought to the campaign was absolutely invaluable.”

Safestore

Safestore is delighted to partner with Single Homeless Project (SHP) and we look forward to a positive relationship over the coming year. SHP does fantastic work to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people transform their lives.

Wanjiku Calver, from Safestore, said “We hope that the donated storage room will give SHP the space to focus on their core activities without the added cost of storing donations.

“The charity is an integral source of support for people in crisis, moving them from homelessness towards independence and employment and we are happy to be able to play a part in the charity’s ongoing journey.”