Help keep homeless people safe from Coronavirus
The Coronavirus crisis is a public health emergency and those on the streets and in homeless shelters are most at risk.
We have rapidly adapted our services to provide an emergency frontline response. Our mission is to keep our clients safe from Covid-19 by helping them into places of safety as quickly as possible.
This is a serious challenge and a matter of saving lives. Please support our vital work if you can.
Urgent Appeal – Fund our Frontline Response
Finding emergency accomodation
Our frontline teams are urgently helping over 100 rough sleepers into safe and supported temporary accommodation.
Distributing vital supplies
We’ve set up a new Food Hub, a mobile service delivering over 100 hot, nutritious meals freshly cooked in The Passage kitchen. Food parcels, welcome packs and a laundry service are also available for clients currently in emergency accommodation.
Providing a lifeline for homeless people
Our Case Workers are a lifeline for clients. The Passage is offering a new ‘floating support’ service for those who have newly arrived in temporary accommodation and people we’ve already helped off the streets into their own home. We’re speaking with 150 clients every day to ensure they are settled and have access to food, medical and other essential supplies.
Concerned about someone sleeping rough?
Notify StreetLink by visiting streetlink.org.uk, use the mobile app,
or call 0300 500 0914
- Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update from The Passage Chief Executive, Mick Clarke: 3 AprilI am very grateful to everyone who is supporting our work to help those who are street homeless into place of safety and to protect…
- The Duke of Cambridge speaks to The Passage Chief Executive, Mick Clarke: This is a life and death fight to help the homeless during the coronavirus crisisThe Duke of Cambridge has issued an impassioned plea for more help for rough sleepers in the “life and death” emergency during the coronavirus crisis.…
- Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update from The Passage Chief Executive, Mick Clarke: 20 MarchWith the situation changing daily, we are continuing to do all that we can to ensure that our vital services for those who are street…