SERVICES FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE
we support the agencies that improve the life chances of single homeless people
WHAT WE DO
The new Atlas has now been launched; an interactive website enabling users to view data at a pan-London, borough or multi-borough level and build views on data according to their need.
In partnership with London South Bank University, this part-time postgraduate certificate in homelessness and housing, aimed at up-and-coming senior managers, is unique and has excellent feedback from graduates.
In over 20 years we have given out hundreds of grants to a wide range of housing and social care organisations, regularly revising our grant making priorities to reflect the shifting challenges for the agencies providing services.
LONDON HOMELESSNESS AWARDS
The country’s leading homelessness awards with prize money awarded to organisations demonstrating innovative creative solutions for tackling homelessness in the capital.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
Using our team of experts we can offer a series of individually designed support packages to help develop your organisation, for example in times of change or challenge.
Our partnership work with DePaul International ensures that we are doing al we can to share the learning and best practice in homelessness from across the continent.
LATEST NEWS & BLOGS
COMMENTS & OPINIONS
- London Network of Nurses and Midwives in Homelessness – Petra’s StoryLHF supports the work of the London Network of Nurses and Midwives in Homelessness. Last week Samantha Dorney-Smith told us how health services have enabled many people experiencing homelessness [...]Read more
- London Network of Nurses and Midwives in HomelessnessLondon Housing Foundation has supported the London Network of Nurses and Midwives in Homelessness for some time, sponsoring their annual conference and helping with running costs. The network [...]Read more
- PRESS RELEASE: The Voice of the Inclusion Health Frontline during COVID-19The London Network of Nurses and Midwives for Homelessness Group is pleased to announce their first online symposium aimed at clinicians and allied workers in the inclusion health sector. [...]Read more