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September Appeal - Paula’s story

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Malindie's story
I started coming to the Crisis women’s group. Getting up, getting dressed, coming to a group, meeting other people – it made a massive difference. When you haven’t been working and haven’t been studying or been doing anything academic – it’s amazing the things that you lose. Crisis has given me so much strength and I believe in myself. I’ve never believed in myself. I tell everyone: “Go to Crisis”. I carry the timetables in my bag and hand them out – because I know it works. Malindie, Coventry


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 Average age of death of a homeless person

Rough sleepers are almost 17 times more likely to have been a victim of violence in the past year

News

Emma Rule has been presented a ‘Points of Light’ award by Prime Minister Theresa May in recognition of her fundraising work for Crisis, the national charity for homeless people.


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The housing and homelessness sector needs to change the way it talks about homelessness if it is to convince the public that it can be ended, according to a new report publishing today by Crisis and partners from across the sector.


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