In Basingstoke and Deane we are working together to reduce homelessness in the borough.
During the first lockdown, local homeless services in partnership with the council supported 66 people away from rough sleeping.
Your help can make a difference right now.
If you are worried about someone sleeping on the streets.
Support local homelessness charities and initiatives as an alternative to giving money directly to people on the streets.
Give your time or items to local homelessness charities.
Donate to the Social Inclusion Partnership’s Make a House a Home fundraising campaign to help purchase items to create more independence for those living in supported accommodation virginmoneygiving.com/fund/realchange or donate money or raise funds on behalf of local homelessness charities.
Huge thanks to @NEHFCCG GPs and staff who held a drop in session at two supported housing sites this week to offer the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to ex-rough sleepers who are now in shared accommodation. 25 people were given their first vaccine and have booked their second https://t.co/Nil6htQ4XF
Staff at @Camrosecentre discovered their freezer had broken down last month, destroying the contents. One couple offered not only to buy The Camrose a brand new freezer, but also to fill it with frozen food. Donations can be made to support Camrose at https://t.co/glfYe1z3qq https://t.co/VngfgzHnUA
Staff and volunteers from @Camrose_Centre have set up a temporary 'meals on wheels' service, delivering hot food to homeless and vulnerably housed people in Basingstoke, accommodated by @BasingstokeGov.
You can donate to the Camrose Centre at https://t.co/PJ4q7c8Vvu https://t.co/XM21464cVF
. @JulianHouseBas will be running their 2021 Big Sleep-Out: At Home on Friday 5th March. Julian House is now calling on families and households to join and sleep-out for one night in their own garden to help raise funds and awareness for rough sleepers. https://t.co/PlpSadNxsT https://t.co/fsLxkhzp4b