Who we support
We are proud to support charities and services working in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire with homeless people. Donations are divided equally between these services according to need. For more information, please see the website of the individual service.
Direct access day centre for homeless people in Portsmouth.
Two Saints: Fareham Direct Access Hostel and Portsmouth Safer Community Floating Support Service
Hostel for homeless people
Friends Without Borders (Haslar Visitor Group)
Support for asylum seekers whilst their applications are processed.
Southern Domestic Abuse Service
Provides emergency respite for women and children in Havant.
Hope House (Mill House), Salvation Army
Hostel providing support for homeless people in Portsmouth.
Portsmouth Churches Housing Association
Runs three hostels for the homeless
Portsmouth Foyer, Two Saints
Helps equip vulnerable young people with skills and qualities necessary for life
Portsmouth Women’s Refuge, Stonham
Provides emergency respite for women and children
The Roberts Centre
Supports over 1000 families in Portsmouth
St Simon’s Church
Provides meals and support for homeless people in Southsea.
Society of St James’ Substance Misuse Accommodation Service
Supports people who are currently attempting to tackle substance misuse or who have recently progressed to a drug and/or alcohol free lifestyle
The Life House Drop In Service
A drop-in for people whose lives are affected by homelessness and addiction (as well as others in the general community) in central Southsea