Ending veteran homelessness

In the UK today, there are around 320,000 people without a home.

Homelessness comes in many different forms; some people are sleeping rough on the streets while others may be staying on friends’ sofas or staying in a hostel long-term. Of those without a home, 6,000 are men and women who served this country as a member of our armed forces, only to return and be left without a home.

We’ve been campaigning to end veteran homelessness because we believe that every person has the right to a place they can call home, and we need your help. 

 

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Fundraising

We ran, walked and cycled to raise money for a local charity to help end veteran homelessness and between us we raised over £6,000.

Fundraising

Veterans hub

We’ve created a bespoke learning and training offer for veterans and have been setting up bespoke learning plans. 

Veterans hub

Changing policy

Our veteran member, Reg Gutteridge spoke at Labour Party conference and changed Labour Party policy. 

Changing policy

Collections

Our members up and down the country have been collecting warm winter clothes, toiletries and other necessities to support veterans. 

Collections

The Military Covenant

We were incredibly honoured to have won the Bronze Award from the Military Covenant. Recently we resigned the military covenant to extend out commitment to the armed forces.

The Military Covenant

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