Find out what our fundraisers have been up to and ways you can get involved!
In case you missed it, Saturday 15 December saw a group of extremely brave Crisis supporters brave the rain and cold to complete the Crisis Icebreaker challenge at Brockwell Lido!
Kick 2019 off the right way by taking the Crisis 50/50 challenge. Run, walk, cycle, swim or even space hop to cover 50 miles in the month of January and raise funds to help end homelessness!
Thanks to volunteers across the UK who got sponsored for giving up their time this Christmas to support Crisis!
Whether you're a student or member of staff, everyone can get involved fundraising at school or university.
Fundraising at work is a great way to have fun with colleagues while raising vital funds to help end homelessness.
We work with religious organisations of all faiths in their fundraising efforts for homeless people across the UK.
From organising a bake off to hosting a film night, there are endless ways to raise money to help end homelessness.
Fundraising in memory is a great way to honour the memory of a loved one while making an important contribution.
We know homelessness is not inevitable. From decades of experience working with thousands of homeless people we know what's needed to end it. But it is only by working together that we can achieve this. The services we deliver rely on the incredible support we receive from fundraisers.
provides a warm welcome and helps someone take the first steps out of homelessness.
While we campaign together for the changes needed to end homelessness for good, we will continue to welcome individuals into our centres and provide services that we know address the issues faced by people experiencing homelessness. Last year we welcomed over 10,000 individuals into our services.
helps someone regain a sense of worth through healthcare and counselling.
Being homeless is devastating for a person’s mental and physical health. Crisis helps people rebuild their health and wellbeing through classes, social activities, personal coaching and by supporting them to access GPs and other services.
helps someone gain the skills or qualifications they need to turn their life around.
Lack of skills and qualifications can lead people to become and stay homeless, isolated from society, work and independence. Education is at the heart of Crisis – supporting people to build knowledge and skills, grow in confidence and feel more positive about the future.
provides support, training and equipment to help someone find their way back into employment.
Eighty per cent of homeless people say they want to get back into work. Crisis’ employment coaches help people find their own route towards a new job or career. Last year, 737 people that used our services secured a paid job.
provides one-to-one support to help someone find a safe place to call home.
For many homeless people, private renting is the only way to find a home. Through coaching, classes and projects across the UK, Crisis gives people the tools and knowledge they need to find a rented house and make it into a home. Last year, 533 individuals that we worked with secured stable housing.