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Who we are

Homeless Oxfordshire is the county’s largest not-for-profit provider of accommodation for people experiencing homelessness.

We also provide a wide range of specialist support services beyond bricks and mortar.

Our residents are mothers, brothers, aunties, cousins. They are artists, cooks, teachers, veterans. Their lives have been shaped by trauma and disadvantage, and we offer an open door when they need it most.

Our support helps people rebuild their lives.

We also provide a wide range of support services beyond bricks and mortar. We specialise in supporting people who have experienced deep social exclusion, including institutional care and substance use, enabling them to rebuild their lives.

Our impact

2022-2023

We made a vital impact during 2022-23, as the numbers show.
Even one cup of coffee makes a difference.

Jim's story

“Probably the most helpful aspects of the support I received was the continuity of care and support – and a persistent key worker, which I needed. I was supported to detox and then referred into a housing project, where I am doing well. I have gratitude and a real sense of purpose to my life now.”

Jim's story
“Probably the most helpful aspects of the support I received was the continuity of care and support – and a persistent key worker, which I needed. I was supported to detox and then referred into a housing project, where I am doing well. I have gratitude and a real sense of purpose to my life now.”
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Lucy's story
“When I came to Homeless Oxfordshire I was appointed a key worker, who was absolutely fantastic. She just made me feel like a person again. I suppose when you’ve just lost all hope, it’s so important just to have someone just to listen.”
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Latest news

Fundraising

Golfers raise £19,000 for Homeless Oxfordshire

Golf enthusiasts from local businesses took to the fairways at Studley Wood Golf Club near Barton in Oxford recently to raise money for Homeless Oxfordshire, ...
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Fundraising

Celebrating Volunteers’ Week: Q&A with Fundraising and Comms volunteer Paul Berry

From wrapping Christmas gifts for our residents to painting our staff room, our individual and corporate volunteers bring additional skills and new perspectives, enhance the ...
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Current Affairs

Jerry’s story: ready for a fresh start but with nowhere to go

Just imagine… You’ve struggled with addiction since your teens. You lost everything, became homeless, got support, went through rehab. After years of commitment and hard ...
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Fundraising

Getting muddy for money: Q&A with Homeless Oxfordshire’s Simon Hughes on marking 10 years at the charity

Simon Hughes is a housing and resettlement worker for Homeless Oxfordshire and, to mark 10 years working for the charity, decided to participate in muddy ...
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Current Affairs

Cheryl’s story: why a lack of social and affordable housing in Oxfordshire is contributing to the housing crisis

As the county’s largest provider of supported accommodation for people experiencing homelessness, Homeless Oxfordshire is acutely aware of the pressures facing local authorities, statutory services ...
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Homeless Oxfordshire Art Exhibition General News

Homeless Oxfordshire to hold art exhibition

Homeless Oxfordshire invites visitors to its Through Our Eyes exhibition to view life from a different perspective and see the daily challenges and joys through ...
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