News & Events

December 2015

Thank you to the thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters who helped make Crisis at Christmas happen for homeless people across the country.


 

Although Crisis at Christmas may be over for the year, Crisis classes and courses run year-round across the UK. Find out how we could help you make a new start.


 

What's your New Year's resolution this year? If it's to get fit, why not make it even better by combining it with a pledge to raise funds to help end homelessness?


 

This week, Crisis at Christmas guests had the opportunity to be taught boxing by the new British heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.


 

As Crisis opens its Christmas centres to an expected 4,000 homeless guests, new research reveals how one in four homeless people will spend this Christmas alone.


 

Crisis has opened its Christmas centres welcoming homeless guests in London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Coventry in from the cold for warmth, comfort and access to vital services.


 

The Government has announced that they will look at legal options to better protect people from homelessness.


 

Crisis Carol services have been taking place in Edinburgh, London, Newcastle and - for the first time - in Birmingham this month.


 

The BBC's December Lifeline appeal has launched, exploring how Crisis helps people move on from the devastation of homelessness.


 

The Department for Communities Local Government must take 'urgent action' to improve 'potentially misleading' homelessness statistics, the UK Statistics Authority has said.


 

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