Andrew Kefford InterviewJanuary 19, 2022 9:32 amBlogAndrew Kefford is head of housing solutions for Runnymede Council with responsibility for housing advice, homelessness prevention, temporary accommodation and private sector leasing scheme. He graduated from the LHF sponsored post graduate certificate in Leadership and Management; housing and homelessness at London South Bank University in the summer of 2021. We asked him about the course. […]Read More
Modern Slavery ServiceJanuary 18, 2022 11:31 amBlogLondon Housing Foundation is proud to work with The Passage. Two years ago their project supporting victims of modern slavery won a London Homelessness Award. They have recently published an update on the work they are doing which you can read below. To see the full article, please click here. For more information contact www.passage.org.uk/modern-slavery/. […]Read More
Atlas – new blog series, borough spotlightsJanuary 17, 2022 4:40 pmBlogIn our latest blog, Becky Rice, LHF project manager, provides an overview of the Borough Focus part of LHF’s Atlas of London’s Homelessness Services. The most well used part of the Atlas is the London Map, and my personal favourite is the infographic. Recently though we have been digging into the ‘Borough Focus’ tab a […]Read More
Maddie Marcateus InterviewJanuary 11, 2022 1:18 pmBlogFinancial education charity MyBnk’s project The Money House were the winners of the 2021 London Homelessness Awards, receiving a prize of £30,000. We asked Madeleine Marcateus of MyBnk to tell us more about what they do. What is your role? I joined MyBnk as the project manager for The Money House in July 2021 and […]Read More
Southwark Law Centre Win £20,000 Prize at London Homelessness AwardsNovember 25, 2021 12:00 pmBlogSouthwark Law Centre (SLC) won in the London Homelessness Awards recently, and gained a prize of £20,000. We asked them to tell us about some of the people they have worked with recently. All names have been changed. Tony was a homeless EEA national who had recently had his foot amputated. Doctors assessed that if […]Read More
Sharon Munnings InterviewNovember 18, 2021 10:00 amBlogSharon Munnings is Head of Operations for a registered charity and graduated from the LHF sponsored post graduate certificate in housing and homelessness at London South Bank University in the summer of 2021. We asked her about the course. Where did you hear about the course? A friend of mine did the course a few […]Read More
Westminster homelessness charity awarded £10,000 for work during pandemicNovember 16, 2021 12:42 pmBlogSt. Mungo’s street outreach service was recognized by the London Homelessness Awards for its role in the government’s “everyone in” pledge during the first COVID-19 lockdown in a ceremony on 14 October. The service has operated in Westminster, which has the highest number of rough sleepers of any borough in the UK, since 2018. Manager […]Read More
Jon Hilton InterviewNovember 16, 2021 10:00 amBlogJon Hilton is a Neighbourhood hub manager for WLM, West London Mission, and graduated from the LHF sponsored post graduate certificate in housing and homelessness at London South Bank University in the summer of 2021. We asked him about the course. Where did you hear about the course and why did you decide to do […]Read More
The LHF’s primary aim is to reduce street homelessness amongst single people. We do this by supporting the work of agencies that provide services to single homeless people or to those who are in imminent danger of homelessness...
SJOG Hospitaller Services: Olallo House is an innovative intermediate care service opened in 2008 in response to multiple tuberculosis (TB) treatment failures and preventable deaths among people experiencing homeless with complex needs and No Recourse to Public Funds.