PRESS RELEASE: The Voice of the Inclusion Health Frontline during COVID-19September 1, 2020 12:29 pmNewsThe 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. Sponsored by the London Housing Foundation, co-produced with Groundswell, and supported by the NHSE Safeguarding Team this symposium will look at frontline experiences during the COVID-19 […]Read More
PRESS RELEASE: Atlas of London’s Homelessness Services Re-Launched!June 23, 2020 8:52 amNewsAtlas of Homelessness Services in London – 2020 release now online! Unique website showing services for homeless people across London is updated and re-launched by London Housing Foundation and Homeless Link The Atlas website delivered by the LHF in partnership with Homeless Link was launched last year and has already had over 2,500 visitors and […]Read More
LHF is a Covid-19 support funder!April 14, 2020 11:12 amNewsLondon Housing Foundation has joined with over 150 other funders to sign a public statement to address the current epidemic. This recognises that the covid-19 outbreak is an exceptional event that will have an impact on civil society groups, and as funders we want to offer reassurance that we stand with the sector during this […]Read More
Course Applications now open!January 31, 2020 1:56 pmNewsApplications open for unique leadership course! London Housing Foundation and London South Bank University invite applications for 2020. London Housing Foundation sponsors a unique one-year part time post graduate course in leadership and management for the housing and homelessness sector provided by London South Bank University. Over the last five years managers from over 40 […]Read More
London Housing Foundation supports Hope Worldwide and Two StepDecember 17, 2019 1:57 pmNewsTuesday 17th December, 2019 The London Housing Foundation has agreed to financially support the Two Step Project run by Hope Worldwide. Two Step helps single, non-statutory priority homeless people find accommodation in the private sector. Two Step began in 1993 as a voluntary Christian response and has now built up a large network of […]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...
Jon Sparkes @crisis_uk : “figures reveal that pre-pandemic we were seeing record levels of people sleeping rough in the capital. Not only is this deeply alarming, but shows just how dire the underlying situation was even before the coronavirus outbreak”