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Housing Charities

The prospect of being made homeless is a daunting one, and it can seem that there is no help. Search through our directory of homeless charities that can provide you guidance and assistance throughout this time.

The Helen Bamber Foundation (HBF) is a human rights charity founded in 2005 by Helen Bamber. We are focusing on the individuals who are either refugees or asylum seekers. 

We are aiming to provide specialist care to people who have experienced extreme human cruelty, such as human trafficking or torture. Furthermore, specialist psychological, physical, housing, welfare support, legal protection and skills and creative arts programmes are also provided. 

  • +44 (0) 203 0582 020

Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.

We’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.

  • +44(0)300 330 1234

We provide furniture and other household effects, free of charge, to disadvantaged families and individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford these items.

Colchester Furniture Project is a registered charity. Their work consists of the provision of furniture and other household effects, free of charge, to disadvantaged families and individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford these items. People needing help must be referred by an organisation which is working with them and is aware of their circumstances. We do NOT accept self-referrals.

  • +44(0)1206 367776

Balkerne Gardens Trust offers a complete pathway of support and care, from our new service offering Care at Home, our affordable sheltered housing through to residential and nursing care, including palliative care.

Situated in beautiful gardens near the historic town centre of Colchester, we have created a warm and friendly environment where privacy, dignity and choice are respected and care and companionship meet.

  • +44(0)1206 543517

Abbey Fields Community Centre in Back Lane, Winchcombe is situated in the renovated buildings of the old Junior School which date back to 1911.

Planned and developed by Winchcombe Town Council with grants from Tewkesbury Borough Council and other sources, the centre opened in 2005. The centre is registered as a charity and is entirely non-profit making with all profits being ploughed back into maintenance and improvement.

The centre is managed by a Board of Trustees – three Town Councillors and five residents of Winchcombe.

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