Help a Vulnerable Young Person this Winter
Your generosity makes a huge difference to young people facing homelessness this winter.
Many young people like Jason and Abi face homelessness because of a family breakdown, to flee violence or are simply leaving the care system with nowhere else to go. Many of whom have little or no belongings and need a safe and warm place to stay, at a time of crisis.
Now, more than ever young people need your help. The pandemic has created uncertain times, especially for young people who need a safe haven to call home whilst they rebuild their lives. Your generosity could provide that safe haven and the support needed for a young person to work towards living – and thriving – independently.
From paying for a bus fare to help a young person get to safe accommodation, to funding one-to-one mental health support for a young person for a year – your donation can change a life and give a bright future.
A travel fare to a safe place
£10 could pay for bus or train fare to get a young person to safe accommodation for the night.
A winter coat
£30 could pay for a winter coat for a young person with no belongings.
Vital employability workshops
£300 could pay for vital mental health support or employability workshops to get a young person into work.
One-to-one mental health support for a year
£1,700 could pay for one-to-one mental health and emotional support for a vulnerable young person for a year.
Homeless in a pandemic
“Sofa surfing with friends became much harder with COVID-19 - even friends would turn me away…”
"The police warned me not to go home"
With no room of her own, no privacy, no space to study and a violent parent at home, Nightstop was a lifeline for Abi.