What we do
Discover how our dedicated team are working towards a London without homelessness.
Our aim is to provide homeless people with support to transform their own lives. We achieve this by running a wide range of services, including the UK’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people, helping up to 150 people each day, three residential projects providing accommodation, street outreach, and a number of homeless prevention projects.
For every £1 you donate, we will spend approx:
93% will go straight to our frontline services
7% will be spent on fundraising activities
Why donate to us
- Your contribution will be greatly valued because of our frontline services for helpign the homless are funded mostly by donations.
- We invest in the facilities homeless people need to get off the streets for good, not just in temporary food and shelter
- We do not ever pay people to collect for us
- The Passage is fully certified by the Fundraising Standards Board.
Mali, a client from one of our residential services, shares his story of rough sleeping; and explains how The Passage has supported him to overcome his problems, and keep him safe during the recent coronavirus outbreak.
Joao is a 39 year old man Portugal. Joao was found rough sleeping in Westminster by our Outreach team and has since been moved into accommodation and now works in construction.
Henry, a former client of The Passage, speaks about his experiences of homelessness and using our services in this moving film.
Nomonde first found herself sleeping rough after her relationship broke down. She experienced emotionl and physical abuse on the streets before finding safety at The Passage.