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Church Housing Trust

Church Housing Trust

Church Housing Trust supports people who have been homeless, by funding the help they need to rebuild their lives. Their roots go back to 1882, when Revd Wilson Carlile began working with homeless people in central London. Today they help more than 4,500 people every year.
They do this by providing funding for clothes, training, travel, facilities, life skills and other personal support that helps people to become more confident and healthy. They also support their move to independent living with grants for basic furnishings and household essentials for their new homes.

Projects for people with specific problems such as drug or alcohol dependency; accommodation for homeless families; mother and baby units; women’s refuges; temporary housing for ex-Service personnel; accommodation for people with learning disabilities; day centres; and young people’s foyers. Funds go towards things like:
■residents’ welfare
■therapeutic activities and outings
■education and training
■residents’ resettlement costs
■IT and other training equipment
■furnishing hostel accommodation and refurbishing older premises
■volunteer costs
■certain staff posts for which statutory monies are not available.
Contact by phone or complete the online contact form on the website.
0207 269 1630
Contact form on the website
Church Housing Trust
P.O. Box 50296

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