“London 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 time.
You can read more at http://covid19funders.org.uk/”
PRESS RELEASE: Beam win London Homelessness Award!August 10, 2018 9:34 amNewsUnique crowdfunding project for homeless people makes it to the top three Beam, an innovative project that supports homeless people through training and into rewarding work using crowdfunding has been announced as one of the three winners of the prestigious 2018 London Homelessness Awards. The team will find out if they have won the top […]Read More
2018 London Homelessness Awards Winners Announced!July 19, 2018 8:24 amNewsThree projects make it to the top for prestigious 2018 awards Three projects from across London have been named as winners for the prestigious London Homelessness Awards. They will now receive cash prizes totalling £60000. The London Homelessness Awards are sponsored by the London Housing Foundation, London Housing Directors, GLA, Crisis and Shelter. Organisers received […]Read More
PRESS RELEASE: Shortlist for London Homelessness Awards AnnouncedJuly 13, 2018 10:49 amNewsSix projects make it to shortlist for prestigious 2018 awards Six projects from across London have been shortlisted for the prestigious London Homelessness Awards and are in the running to win the first prize of £30000. The London Homelessness Awards are sponsored by the London Housing Foundation, London Housing Directors, GLA, Crisis and Shelter. Organisers […]Read More
Prestigious London Homelessness Awards OpenApril 11, 2018 7:46 amNewsThe prestigious London Homelessness Awards 2018 are now open. The three winners of the award will be announced in October and receive £30000, £20000 and £10000. The London Homelessness Awards are the country’s leading homelessness awards and highlight innovative practice in the homelessness sector in London. As well as the cash, the winning projects receive […]Read More
Aristide Graduates from Margins to Pret a MangerNovember 6, 2017 3:31 pmNewsAn Islington man who had to sleep on the streets has graduated from The Margins Project’s supported employment programme based in Union Chapel and is working full time for Pret A Manger. Aristide Tankeu is 49 and was born in Cameroon. Two years after graduating in Law, Aristide left for Italy where he studied further, […]Read More
LHF Alumni appointed as Advisers on HomelessnessOctober 25, 2017 2:20 pmNewsCongratulations to two of the 2015 alumni from the unique LHF funded Leadership and Management Course run by London South Bank University. Kate Farrell, Director of Merseyside Skylight, Crisis, has been appointed as Adviser on Homelessness to the new metro mayor for the Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram. Kate is shown on the left 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...
This will be the 21st anniversary of the London Homelessness Awards – Celebrating #London based projects that improve services to #homeless people.
The ceremony is a high profile event at City Hall hosted by the Deputy Mayor. #LondonHomelessnessAwards #LHA2020