We use our experience of working with homeless people across the UK to campaign and influence policy to end homelessness. Our 12 Skylight centres work with thousands of homeless people each year.
There are many ways that you could get involved to have an impact locally or nationally. For example you could support our technical skills training or help us to pilot innovations in shared housing.
The project you choose to support will make a real difference in the lives of homeless people.
We are the national charity for homeless people. We help people directly out of homelessness, and campaign for the social changes needed to solve it altogether. We know that together we can end homelessness.
We are keen to develop relationships with charitable and corporate trusts and foundations that are committed to fighting homelessness and social exclusion.
We are lucky enough to receive support from a number of charitable trusts and foundations. Without this funding some of the projects like the two below would not be possible.
Café from Crisis is our social enterprise in East London. It provides routes into employment for homeless people and ex-offenders. Since 1989 The Worshipful Company of Cooks have supported projects involving education, training and community welfare.Visit the Cafe from Crisis
We currently need funding for our mental health and wellbeing services. Could you help us to help people overcome the mental and physical health problems caused by homelessness? Find out how you can get involved.Support this project
Every year, the Big Lottery Fund distributes millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. Most funding is awarded to voluntary and community sector organisations, like Crisis, that aim to make a difference in people’s lives and in their communities. We are very grateful for the generous support of the Big Lottery Fund. Here are some of the inspiring projects we have been able to deliver with their help.
This three-year project started in January 2017, funded by a grant of £409,392 from the Big Lottery Fund. It provides a programme of learning and employment activities designed to improve the skills and confidence of homeless people across Merseyside. .Read more about Transforming Futures
We deliver a range of services that improve people’s lives and help them leave homelessness behind for good through partnerships with the statutory sector in England and Scotland, at national and local level.
For example we work with the Scottish Government on a project around shared tenancy services. And through Croydon Council's Community Fund we received funding towards our personalised coaching service at our Skylight Centre in Croydon.