Many thanks go to Anna Bancroft, Sam Cornwell and students of DANCOP for this fantastic donation of rucksacks, sleeping bags etc from a recent overseas trip. www.teamdancop.co.uk
Finland is the only EU country where homelessness is falling. Its secret? Giving people homes as soon as they need them – unconditionally
Councillor Toby Neal’s comments in this article are a disgrace. “Just keep harassing them”. That’s not a solution to homelessness, but it is an invite to hate crimes on homeless people...
'Once people become entrenched on the streets, that becomes the norm'
Ben Bradley et al tell us there's no need to keep feeding the homeless, that the numbers are 'low' ?? That has us confused as we have the same problems as Birmingham...
Welfare cuts and loneliness are driving people onto the streets of Birmingham in search of food
This has to end and end a.s.a.p...
Kane Walker died in a Doorway, over the weekend, aged 31. the police always say there were no suspicious Circumstances. Yes, there were, they died alone frightened, ill and possibly Freezing to death. RIP. ... See more
Helping the Homeless would like to thank the following for all the support received in 2018... Amanda Page of Sylvan Furniture based in Pleasley Mills for the Christmas Day Meal donations. Rob Foster and Wife for their very generous Christmas donation. The children of All Saints School for their collection and donation of the shoe-box appeal. Morrisons, both Woodhouse and Kingsmill for their continued support. Rainbow International who's staff collected and donated food and toiletries. And you, the general public for all the donations and support we've received throughout the year. Bless you all ... See more
Tell her to come chat with us, it starts with "Tory Policy"...
A massive thank you goes out too the travelling community, and B&M Stockwell gate, for the kind donations. Can't thank them enough.
This week is turning out to be a devastating one for us.One of the dogs we support,has died unexpectedly tonight.We had got to know and love her over the last few months,she was so loved by her owner and had the most beautiful nature,one of the gentlest dogs I had ever met.He put her first in everything he did,despite incredible hardship in his life.Rest easy now beautiful girl.I will never forget u💔🌈 ... See more
Sad study, sad state of affairs, when will the govt' listen to the grassroots volunteers ? :'(
'This is a wake-up call to see homelessness as a national emergency,' said Crisis CEO Jon Sparkes