Our supporters

Thank you!

Trusts and Companies

29th May 1961 Charitable Trust - Alistair Berkley Charitable Trust - Allan Charitable Trust - Allen & Overy Foundation - Anton Jurgens charitable Trust - Ashcroft Charitable Trust Avenue Chapter - Boltini Trust - Brunel University - Charles S. French Charitable Trust - Comic Relief - Co-Op Community Fund - Coutts Charitable Trust - Deloitte - D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust - Donald Forrester Charitable Trust - Fitzdale Trust - Garfield Weston Foundation - The Goldsmiths’ Company - G M Morrison CT - Hanley Charitable Trust - Heyday - Highbury Charitable Trust - Hyde Park Place Estate Charity - Invesco Perpetual - Kleinwort Benson - Land Securities London Catalyst - London Councils - Mackintosh Foundation - Modiano Charitable Trust - Monkey.co.uk - Mrs Smith & Mount Trust - Multithon Trust - PF Charitable Trust - Rest-Harrow Trust - Rhododendron Trust - Roger Vere Foundation - Sandra Charitable Trust - SNR Denton - Westminster School - The Albert Hunt Trust - The Beatrice Laing Trust - The Chelsea Square 1994 Trust - The Happy Trust - The Kathleen Laurence Charitable Settlement - The Peter Minet Trust - The Rayne Foundation - The Rofeh Trust - The Sir James Roll Charitable Trust - The Scotshill Trust - The Steel Charitable Trust - StreetSmart - The Woolf Charitable Trust - Worshipful Company of Cutlers - Worshipful Company of Horners

Individual Supporters

We are most grateful to all those individual people who have supported us so generously over many years. Also, thank you to all of you who raise funds for us every year by running the Marathon, cycling, climbing, skydiving and using your imagination to support us in many other ways!

Who do we work with?

StreetSmart - over the last year with the funding from Street Smart we continued to grow our capacity in achieving effective homelessness prevention outcomes and work towards the safer future of the children in London.

London Youth Gateway - we work in collaboration with New Horizon Youth Centre, DePaul UK and Stonewall Housing. The project, funded by London Councils combines the resources of a day centre, specialist advice services, emergency accommodation and LGBT services.