Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Single Homeless Project Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Single Homeless Project At Single Homeless Project, we’re hardwired to take inclusivity seriously. We work with people from all walks of life and we celebrate this diversity in our clients and our colleagues. When you feel you can be yourself, you have a voice, you have opportunities and you feel empowered to be your best. This is what we want for all of our clients and colleagues and we’re committed to creating the right environments for people to thrive. So how do we do this? We worked with all of our colleagues to create clear aims for how we will operate as an equal, diverse and inclusive charity. These aims include: All staff have a voice and influence in the organisation. We have a variety of staff-led groups including a Black staff network and an LGBTQIA+ group. Our staff team and, in particular, our senior management and Board is diverse. Our recruitment practices and training programmes support all staff looking to move up, regardless of background. Our senior management and Board profile is reflective of our overall staff. Our diverse staff backgrounds reflect those of our clients. You can see the breakdown of staff and client profiles below. We aim to be fully transparent and will keep these numbers and our progress on the aims above updated every year. Characteristic Clients Staff Gender 33% are female 60% are female Age Average age is 41 Average age is 42 Disability 33% are recorded as disabled 6% identify as disabled Ethnicity 48% are White; 25% Black; 6% Asian 48% are White; 25% Black; 4% Asian Sexual Orientation 5% are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Other 13% are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Other Read our 2022 gender pay gap report here.