Change a life this Christmas

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It may be different this year – but you can still Make it Crisis this Christmas! Raise much-needed money and help more people leave homelessness behind for good.

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During the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen how much we can achieve when we all work together. Ending homelessness is within our reach – if we act now.

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No one should be homeless and alone this Christmas. Give the gift of a Crisis Christmas and help change someone’s life.

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What your gift could provide

A gift of a Crisis Christmas will give someone who is homeless access to:

What your gift could provide

A gift of a Crisis Christmas will give someone who is homeless access to:

Friendship and support from volunteer befrienders

Essential food and festive treats

A place to stay over Christmas

Year-round support including training and education

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Real life stories

Our storyteller George is out there every day speaking to real people about their experiences of homelessness. Read their stories.

"The feeling of isolation is horrible"

Yusuf first became homeless as a child when his mum lost her business. The family was moved between hostels, B&Bs and other unsuitable accommodation, never settling.

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Phil's story. "Crisis has been a godsend."

"Honestly the attention given to me, and people’s time, and the atmosphere, it’s invaluable. People’s self-esteem is built up when things like this take place."

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Kate's story. "I went to a really bad place."

“If you don’t get help, you escape from what’s going on inside you. That’s what I did, and I left to move to another city with a lot of sadness. My alcohol addiction escalated. I went to a really bad place.”

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