Announcing our Raffle Winners!

Like so many business and charities, the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted our income streams and caused us massive financial disruption. However, in true ‘Homeless Oxfordshire spirit’, we showed our resilience and adapted our efforts to online fundraising… despite the adversity! We raised an incredible £4381 which is thanks to YOU, our supporters, who helped us out…

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The COVID19 crisis stopped the world in its tracks, but we kept going.

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Homeless Oxfordshire is one of the few front-line services that continued to operate throughout the COVID19 pandemic and it’s thanks to your support that we’ve been able to help of 200 service users stay safe during this time. When the COVID19 crisis stopped the world in its tracks, we kept going. Throughout our emergency appeal, you donated a staggering £31,000, enabling us to carry on helping people to recover from homelessness. At a time when everyone was told to…

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Race to the Stones

On the 4th and 5th July, Jordan took on a challenge of a lifetime. After travelling 100km on foot to support our work, we caught up with him to find out more about his epic adventure.  What is the Race to the Stones and why did you choose this challenge? The Race to the Stones…

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Running the Oxford Half

Amber and Chris stand smiling after finishing the Oxford Half. Both are wearing their orange Homeless Oxfordshire t-shirts

Running 13.1 miles is no mean feat! But for Amber, a personal determination to make a lasting difference pushed her through training. And on Sunday 6th October she completed the Oxford Half Marathon! So welcome to our guest blogger and running hero, Amber. What inspired you to run the Oxford Half for Homeless Oxfordshire? Rough…

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Oxford Big Sleepout

Thank you to all who took part in the Oxford Big Sleepout this year. The night went really well, with music, soup and a screening of the film ‘Not Just Homeless’. Although there was fun to be had, spending a night out under the stars with only a sleeping bag and some cardboard for shelter,…

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