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Welcome to the webpages of Helping The Homeless™ Mansfield and Ashfield. We are a small group of volunteers who started providing outreach to the homeless and rough sleepers of Mansfield back in 2013.

Since that time, we have moved on from just providing outreach ourselves one or two times weekly to now working with many charities and charitable organisations. We collect donations from local businesses and the general public of food items, clothing items, camping equipment inc’, tents, sleeping bags, torches, batteries and camping stoves.

We then distribute those items to any organisation or person that we deem trustworthy and who requested them.

Welcome to the webpages of Helping The Homeless™. We are a non profit voluntary charitable trust based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, UK, that helps the homeless in and around the Mansfield and Ashfield area.

We organise and run a successful outreach program providing warm clothing & food funded by kind donations from the general public.

We are currently working alongside other charities, the local authority and already established organizations in order to achieve our goal of having a safety net support network in place to quickly house anyone who happens to find themselves homeless.

 

Working Alongside…

Framework is a registered charity and housing association that changes and saves lives by preventing homelessness, stopping rough sleeping and providing new opportunities. They help people on a journey away from homelessness and towards a future of hope, stability, fulfillment and independence.

 

We are working with  Ashfield District Council providing outreach, advice & support to all homeless people in & around the Ashfield district, from homelessness and towards a future of hope, stability, fulfillment and independence.

 

The Beacon is a project which supports homeless people in Mansfield. It started life several years ago offering teas, coffee and beans on toast at the back of the Church to several young homeless people, but it is now based in the old Church Hall on Wood Street.