Overview

Successful projects

2017 successful projects

Our members asked us to dedicate 1% of our pre-tax profits to good causes to help people find a fit place to call home. And we've done exactly that. Here are the successful organisations that received a Nationwide Community Grant in 2017, as voted for by you.

Safe and Sound Homes (SASH)

Safe and Sound Homes (SASH)

SASH prevents youth homelessness throughout North and East Yorkshire through providing a safe place to stay in a volunteer's home.

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My Sisters Place

My Sisters Place

My Sisters Place supports women experiencing domestic violence in Middlesbrough. It’s looking to provide them with permanent homes.

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Love Barrow Families

Love Barrow Families

Love Barrow Families works with vulnerable families following periods of hardship. It's setting up 'Making houses into homes' project.

Visit Love Barrow Families
Crisis

Crisis

Crisis Skylight Newcastle finds solutions for homeless people by providing housing, health, education and employment services.

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Action Foundation

Age UK North Tyneside

Age UK North Tyneside provides a range of support, particularly helping older people live in their own homes for longer.

Visit North Tyneside age UK
Changing Lives

Changing Lives

Changing Lives in County Durham helps break the cycle of homelessness by supporting vulnerable people into their own homes.

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Oasis Aquila Housing

Oasis Aquila Housing

Oasis Aquila Housing is opening a drop in centre in Sunderland, for those facing housing problems and homelessness, providing practical support and advice.

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Action Foundation

Action Foundation

Action Foundation provides supported accommodation and English classes to vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees in Tyne and Wear.

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Peasehole Centre

The Peasholme charity

Peasholme is working to end homelessness and rough sleeping; it's developing a service to help people with complex needs address their housing issues.

Visit Peasholme charity