You are deemed homeless if you do not have the right to stay where you live or your accommodation is unsuitable for your needs; this can be due to it’s size, condition or overcrowding. You are also considered homeless if you cannot pay for your housing without depriving yourself of basic essentials; this is In addition to people sleeping rough on the streets.Learn More
The vast majority of homeless people are living outside of mainstream homelessness accommodation (such as bed and breakfasts and hostels); they are invisible to the government’s statistics; as many are living in squats or with friends and includes victims who are residing at home but in a violent or abusive relationship.Learn More
The Homesavers Charity has been established to assist people who are on low income, homeless, facing homelessness or living in temporary accommodation, to gain access to decent private housing. It also actively supports any endeavor or campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the homeless.Learn More
We issue financial guarantees to approved landlords enabling prospective tenants in housing need and who are unable to find a deposit, to gain access to decent affordable housing.
We provide food and clothing to rough sleepers and encourage them to seek shelter via established housing routes. Our #ThinkCold…ThinkHomeless campaign raises awareness of the facilities available to them which are provided by other charities.