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Building society, nationwide
Our members asked us to dedicate 1% of our pre-tax profits to good causes to help people find a place fit to call home. And we've done exactly that. Here are the successful organisations that received a Nationwide Community Grant.
Crisis Skylight Edinburgh works side by side with homeless people to help them rebuild their lives.
Elderly Accommodation Counsel is partnering with Housing Options Scotland to help older people in Scotland live independently for longer.
Housing First for Youth in West Lothian provides permanent homes and high-intensity support for vulnerable young people leaving care.
Independent Living Support works across Dumfries and Galloway to support people from ‘simply surviving’ to ‘actively thriving’.
Aberdeen Cyrenians' Drop in Service provides a lifeline to hundreds of people each year affected by homelessness.
Glasgow’s Helping Heroes is a service for veterans and their families, supporting them in employment, training and housing.
Positive Action’s Rooms for Refugees helps destitute/homeless refugees access stable shelter and escape destitution and rebuild their lives in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Our Island Home, created by Rural Housing Scotland, helps island communities create affordable housing options for young homeless people.
Positive Steps in Dundee works with individuals who have a wide range of potential barriers to sustain independent living.
GISDA provides accommodation, support, opportunities and alternative education to homeless and vulnerable young people in North West Wales.
Dewis provides support services for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Neath Port Talbot.
Home Start Cardiff provides training and support for homeless families in life skills, so they can thrive in their own homes.
Eden Gate in Newport helps those who are vulnerable, either because they have no home or because they’re trapped by drugs and/or alcohol.
Age Cymru Sir Gar provides flexible, practical volunteer support at home, aiding independent living for people aged over 50.
SYSHP supports young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Swansea, helping them to live independently.
Llamau believes that no young person should have to sleep rough, be that on the streets or as a sofa surfer.
Shelter Cymru believes a home is a fundamental right, essential to the health and well-being of people and communities.
Action for Children works across Fermanagh and Omagh, supporting young people to tackle the underlying issues which can lead to homelessness.
Depaul supports those at risk of homelessness in Belfast and Derry by connecting them to communities and helping them remain in their homes.
EastSide Partnership and The Holding Partnership are developing a housing lab in East Belfast for the creation of new housing ideas with young residents.
Family Mediation Northern Ireland and MACs will provide a mediation service ‘Connect Family’ for young people who are homeless due to family breakdown.
Fermanagh Women’s Aid provides support for homeless or at risk families, directly caused by domestic and sexual violence safety issues.
L’Arche Belfast is a community centred around adults with learning disabilities, providing housing support services and community engagement projects.
The Cedar Foundation’s Living Options services supports individuals with disabilities increase their independence and includes supported living, residential care and housing support.
With a vision of a society where everyone has a home, Simon Community NI supports those who are homeless.
Vineyard Compassion provides short/medium term housing for people at risk of homelessness, supporting clients while living on their own, but moving towards independence.
Black Country Women’s Aid supports victims of violence in the West Midlands through both refuge accommodation and community-based services.
CAB Telford and Wrekin wants to keep vulnerable people safe and well in their own homes, assisting them in independent living.
SIFA Fireside provides homeless prevention for adults at immediate risk, with support to access ongoing services to achieve a safer, settled life.
YMCA Sutton Coldfield provides low support housing and wants to support care leavers who often face difficulties when living independently.
Cirencester Housing for Young People supports those who find themselves homeless, through no fault of their own.
ACTion Glos provides independent living skills to people who’ve experienced periods of homelessness and have a range of complex needs.
The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.
West Mercia Women's Aid is a domestic abuse service in the West Midlands providing safe refuge and support for victims.
SASH prevents youth homelessness throughout North and East Yorkshire through providing a safe place to stay in a volunteer's home.
My Sisters Place supports women experiencing domestic violence in Middlesbrough. It’s looking to provide them with permanent homes.
Love Barrow Families works with vulnerable families following periods of hardship. It's setting up 'Making houses into homes' project.
Crisis Skylight Newcastle finds solutions for homeless people by providing housing, health, education and employment services.
Age UK North Tyneside provides a range of support, particularly helping older people live in their own homes for longer.
Changing Lives in County Durham helps break the cycle of homelessness by supporting vulnerable people into their own homes.
Oasis Aquila Housing is opening a drop in centre in Sunderland, for those facing housing problems and homelessness, providing practical support and advice.
Action Foundation provides supported accommodation and English classes to vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees in Tyne and Wear.
Peasholme is working to end homelessness and rough sleeping; it's developing a service to help people with complex needs address their housing issues.