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Still Discharging to the Street?
Still Discharging to the Street?July 18, 2018 9:41 amBlogSpecialist Conference announced for health workers in homelessness The London Network of Nurses and Midwives Homelessness Group has announced the fifth annual conference aimed at health workers in the homelessness sector. Sponsored by the London Housing Foundation and co-produced with Groundswell, the conference will look at how everyone in the sector needs to work to […]Read More
Safer London
Safer LondonJuly 16, 2018 3:48 pmBlogSafer London have been shortlisted for the London Homelessness Award 2018 for their Pan-London Housing Reciprocal. In the first of a series of blogs about the shortlisted projects, Esther Sample tells us more about their innovative scheme. The importance of secure housing for women and families to recover from the trauma of domestic abuse and […]Read More
Depaul International Part 2
Depaul International Part 2July 2, 2018 3:49 pmBlogIvan is a 63-year old man from Makeyevka in the Donetsk region of Ukraine who has worked all his life in a mine. When the conflict began, he decided to move to Odessa as he knew he had relatives there. But when he arrived, he quickly realised that no one was left anymore. With no […]Read More
Depaul International, Ukraine
Depaul International, UkraineMarch 26, 2018 8:00 amBlogThe London Housing Foundation is proud to support the work of Depaul International in Ukraine.  We asked the team there to tell us about some of the things they have been doing with LHF support. ======== Although it might not be in the news as much as previously, the conflict in the east of the […]Read More
Nurses Network Support
Nurses Network SupportJanuary 16, 2018 4:05 pmBlogThe London Housing Foundation provides support to organisations working with the homeless in a number of ways. Often this is with a grant, but sometimes what an organisation needs is expert advice and help. We have supported the London Network of Nurses and Midwives (LNNM) Homelessness Group for a number of years by sponsoring their […]Read More
The London Housing Foundation supports Margins Project
The London Housing Foundation supports Margins ProjectNovember 6, 2017 3:41 pmBlogThe London Housing Foundation supports Margins, a project run at Union Chapel in Islington north London. They provide catering training for people who are or have been homeless. The project offers real world work with trainees working with a chef to provide the food for all concerts at the chapel. Aristide Tankeu is 49 and […]Read More
Prison Advice and Care Trust
Prison Advice and Care TrustJuly 20, 2017 2:39 pmBlogThe London Housing Foundation supports Pact (the Prison Advice and Care Trust) in their work with prisoners and their families. We recently gave them £88,000 to expand their successful Peer Support scheme, which trains and supports ex-offenders to help others. We asked Andy Keen-Downs, CEO of Pact to tell us more about what they do. […]Read More
Hope Worldwide UK
Hope Worldwide UKJuly 19, 2017 2:36 pmBlogThe London Housing Foundation is supporting the work of the Hope Worldwide UK – in particular their ‘Two Step’ project that works with single homeless people to access the private rented sector for housing. We asked them to tell us about one of their clients. Reza was referred to HOPE worldwide by a central London […]Read More