Homelessness has no place in 21st century London - and yet our capital is in a homelessness crisis:

  • Lack of affordable housing, insecure tenancies and cuts to support and welfare services have forced increasing numbers onto the streets.
  • In the last three years homelessness has risen by 73%.
  • Government figures show there are almost 1,000 people sleeping rough in London on any one night.
  • Shockingly, rough sleepers’ average life expectancy is only 44 years for men and 42 years for women.

We are seeking new major partners to help us achieve a step change in our impact and put an end to homelessness.

Strategic corporate partners are our major corporate donors and work with us to provide high level support with bespoke involvement, branding, employee involvement and recognition in one of our key projects.

Our focus areas:

  • Opportunities Programme – to nurture personal wellbeing and confidence, breaking down stigma and isolation
  • Achieving Potential Programme – tangible accredited training and peer support to lead towards employment and independent housing
  • Young People Programme - providing tailored support/access to opportunities for vulnerable young people in our care
  • Psychological Support - psychotherapy for the most vulnerable and multiply excluded homeless people who have no access to such services at present

Your donation will make a real difference

Lifting people out of homelessness is about much more than providing a bed and a meal for the night. Each year, Single Homeless Project must raise over £1 million to maintain specialist services focused on achieving lasting change in people's lives, including psychotherapy, employability and housing services.

Making your donation tax-efficient

Giving to Single Homeless Project means that you can receive tax relief by deducting the amount donated from pre-tax profits at the end of the financial year.

Donations can also be complemented with employee fundraising, cause related marketing, product partnerships and in-kind support.   

For more information, please contact our Head of Fundraising Agata Elliott on 0203 6956717.