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December 2011

For the 40th year Crisis at Christmas has opened to homeless people across London.


An informal Open Mic Night, hosted by Streetwise Opera and Crisis Skylight on Thursday 10 December featured the singing talents of their performers alongside members of the public.


Homeless people die thirty years before the national average, says shocking new research from Sheffield University commissioned by Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people.


The great and the good of the rock and comedy worlds come together for a fantastic evening in aid of Crisis at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo.


Crisis has welcomed housing minister Grant Shapps' announcement of a 20m fund 'to ensure that no one is turned away when they are most in need'.


An event in the House of Lords has celebrated the lives helped and changed by Crisis at Christmas and the dedication of the thousands of volunteers who have made this possible over the last 40 years.


Singer songwriter Ed Sheeran visited Crisis Skylight London recently to meet with members of a Crisis music class. During his visit he sang his hit song The A Team.


Crisis is one of nine UK charities to feature in a major new television fundraising project to raise funds for the charity during the Christmas period.


The much anticipated Stand Up and Rock gig is just 24 hours away and now is your last chance to snap up tickets to the event.


Crisis has launched its invitation for homeless and vulnerably housed people to attend the charity's 40th Crisis at Christmas event.


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