Give the gift of a
warm, safe home
this Christmas

No one should have to spend Christmas on the streets. By supporting the lifesaving work of Homeless Oxfordshire this Christmas, you can help provide a safe, warm and caring place for people to live while they get their lives back on track.

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We are the largest supported accommodation provider for homeless people in Oxfordshire. Each night we accommodate over 200 people. But we are more than bricks and mortar. Through 11 innovative housing projects, we provide a range of support to help people rebuild their lives.

Our vision is to make homelessness a thing of the past;

To support and guide homeless people along a one-way journey towards fulfilling futures.

The problem is the UK is experiencing a homelessness crisis.

The number of rough sleepers in Oxford has increased by 400% since 2012.

In Oxford the average house price of £513,754 is around 17 times the UK average yearly household income of £29,600.

Our solution:

To provide a range of housing with high quality support, creating individual solutions to individual need; encourage and support homeless people to take up training, education and activities.

We are more than bricks and mortar.

Without accommodation we could not provide the support and practical assistance to homeless people in our community. But we do so much more… We create individual solutions to individual needs. We provide health and wellbeing support via the Luther Street Medical Centre. We influence public provision and policy by highlighting the social impact of our work. We raise awareness and reduce the stigma of homelessness, becoming the charity of choice for local people.

Let's work together to support people out of homelessness for good

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#Homelessness really can happen to anyone.

Emma is an intelligent woman who found herself in situations beyond her control that meant she had to make tough decisions to survive, including leaving her home and sleeping in her car.

Read Emma's story: https://loom.ly/0c3cXFU

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