Call for participants: Small, community and/or faith-based groups working on homelessness

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Flickr, Homeless by a Wall, by garryknight
19 June, 2019


Homeless Link and Housing Justice have launched a survey targeted at small charities (under £1 million income), community groups and/or faith-based groups working on homelessness. This is a chance to share your experiences, the challenges you are facing and your views on the government’s Rough Sleeping Strategy, as well as the hard work you are doing to help those experiencing homelessness. The findings will be shared directly with central government and will help identify what their key priorities should be.

The survey can be found on the Homeless Link website, or directly on Survey Monkey:

It can be completed by staff, volunteers or trustees and will take around 20 minutes to complete. The deadline is 5pm on Monday 24th June.

This is the starting point of a year-long project between Homeless Link and Housing Justice, it will be followed by three roundtables later in the year bringing together small and faith-based organisations that will again directly feed in to the government’s work on rough sleeping.