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Show your company's commitment to ending homelessness

No-one should be homeless. Your company can support someone to take their first steps out of homelessness by joining Connect for Crisis.

2021 has continued to be difficult for us all as we slowly emerge from the pandemic. The past year has continued to remind us how much we depend on each other for connection, hope and support in difficult times, and of the importance of a safe and secure home. Sadly, this Christmas, thousands of people will be alone, with nowhere to call home. And many will be experiencing their first Christmas homeless.

If you would like to sign up to Connect for Crisis email us by clicking the button below.

Enquire about Connect for Crisis

 

Support Connect for Crisis

We are calling on you to join Connect for Crisis. Your company will be part of an inspiring community that will benefit your employees, stakeholders and brand, while helping to end homelessness. Choose which area of our vital services that you’d like to engage with: Housing, Health & Wellbeing, Work & Learning, or Digital Inclusion. You’ll connect to a community of other businesses who are determined to use their expertise to help end homelessness.

Your donation will not only contribute to Crisis this Christmas and services throughout the year, but you’ll also connect to Crisis members and volunteers.

Connect for Crisis and show your company’s commitment to ending homelessness once and for all.

When you Connect for Crisis, you will support people to take their first steps out of homelessness and you will receive:

£25,000 donation

  • Largest logo in two Thank You spreads within the Financial Times newspaper
  • Employee engagement opportunities and updates about your community to share with employees, stakeholders and customers throughout the year
  • Co-branded email to share your season’s greetings and further information about areas of our work that you are most interested in
  • Film featuring your company logo, to recognize your involvement in the community, to share with your staff and stakeholders to show your support to end homelessness
  • Social media toolkit including Connect for Crisis Volunteer stories
  • Crisis’ Christmas impact report
  • Invitations to our exclusive Crisis events  

£15,000 donation

  • Medium logo in two Thank You spreads within the Financial Times newspaper
  • Employee engagement opportunities and updates about your community to share with your employees, stakeholders and customers throughout next year co-branded email to share your season’s greetings and further information about areas of our work that you are most interested in
  • Film featuring your company logo, to recognize your involvement in the community, to share with your staff and stakeholders to show your support to end homelessness
  • Social media toolkit including Connect for Crisis Volunteer stories
  • Crisis’ Christmas impact report
  • Invitations to our exclusive Crisis events

£5000 donation

  • Company name in two Thank You spreads within the Financial Times newspaper
  • Employee engagement opportunities and updates about your community, to share with your employees, stakeholders and customers throughout the year
  • Co-branded email to share your season’s greetings and further information about areas of our work that you are most interested in
  • Film featuring your company logo, to recognize your involvement in the community, to share with your staff and stakeholders to show your support to end homelessness
  • Crisis’ Christmas impact report
  • Invitations to our exclusive Crisis events

£20,000 donation

  • Large logo in two Thank You spreads within the Financial Times newspaper
  • Employee engagement opportunities and updates about your community to share with your employees, stakeholders and customers throughout next year
  • Co-branded email to share your season’s greetings and further information about areas of our work that you are most interested in
  • Film featuring your company logo, to recognize your involvement in the community, to share with your staff and stakeholders to show your support to end homelessness
  • Social media toolkit including Connect for Crisis Volunteer stories
  • Crisis’ Christmas impact report
  • Invitations to our exclusive Crisis events

£10,000 donation

  • Small logo in two Thank You spreads within the Financial Times newspaper
  • Employee engagement opportunities and updates about your community, to share with your employees, stakeholders and customers throughout the year
  • Co-branded email to share your season’s greetings and further information about areas of our work that you are most interested in
  • Film featuring your company logo, to recognize your involvement in the community, to share with your staff and stakeholders to show your support to end homelessness
  • Social media toolkit including Connect for Crisis Volunteer stories
  • Crisis’ Christmas impact report
  • Invitations to our exclusive Crisis events

Crisis Communities

Housing

All people experiencing homelessness in Britain should be entitled to help, whatever their background.

We help homeless people find and keep a home. We do this by working with landlords to ensure a supply of places to live, and giving homeless people the tools and knowledge they need to rent successfully.

Housing solutions and actions for government are a core part of our strategy. Joining this community will enable you to find out more about this area of our work and how your business might be able to support.

Health and Wellbeing

Poor mental health is both a cause and consequence of homelessness. There is a higher rate of mental health problems amongst the homeless population than the general population.

Crisis specialist mental health workers support members to get access to health and social services and counselling. They also work with members to help improve their self-esteem, boosting their confidence to interact with others and form relationships.

Joining this community will enable you to find out more about this area of our work and how your business might be able to support.

Work and Learning

Our services have a strong track record of helping homeless people find and hold onto jobs. It can be a difficult journey for someone. We know that it takes time, funding and highly skilled staff who are sensitive to the hopes and needs of every person they’re working with.

We are also calling on the government to improve the support it provides to help homeless people find and hold onto jobs.

Joining this community will enable you to find out more about this area of our work and how your business might be able to support.

Digital inclusion

Most of us rely on digital technology every day, this has been no more evident than during the pandemic. Digital inclusion is essential for people experiencing homelessness, in our increasingly online lives.

We help our members increase their digital awareness, understanding and skills to feel more confident using digital technology and the internet. We offer tailored one-to-one digital coaching and support, to help people update their CVs, apply for jobs, access online courses, access for universal credit and complete housing applications, so that they can leave homelessness behind.

Joining this community will enable you to find out more about this area of our work and how your business might be able to improve digital inclusion for people facing homelessness.

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