Booth Centre: A Better Future

19th October 2021, 8:44 am

​We need your support.  

Over the last year, we have seen the growing negative impact of the pandemic on people’s housing situation, physical and mental health and employment prospects.

However, there have also been new opportunities to influence strategic change and ensure that we have a post-pandemic world with less, rather than more, homelessness. Increased Government expenditure during the first COVID-19 lockdown showed that we can end rough sleeping if there is enough funding and everyone works together.

That’s why we are looking to the future with a new sense of optimism, despite the increased levels of homelessness that we are seeing as a direct or indirect result of COVID-19.

We are more determined than ever that everyone should have a secure home and the opportunity to have a good quality of life. We are proud to have been a consistent source of support for people throughout the pandemic and thrilled to be welcoming more people back to the Centre. However, the number of people who need to use our services is increasing as well as the length of time people need to access our services.

We need to ensure the people we work with can continue to rely on us. That is why we’re launching our #ABetterFuture appeal – to raise vital funding and awareness to make sure we continue to be here for everyone who needs us.

Everything we’ve learned over the last 26 years is helping us to empower people to make positive changes in their lives – and we know we can achieve even more with your help.

Can you support the future of our vital services and help people affected by homelessness rebuild their lives? Today we’re asking you to consider making a regular monthly donation to help us in our mission for #ABetterFuture.

Your support will go directly towards our work tackling homelessness – allowing us to provide a warm welcome, activities, food, a place to belong, access to health services and much more.

Regular donations mean that we can plan for the future, develop more projects and offer the bespoke support that we know works. Even a small amount makes a huge difference!


Invest in a better future – donate today! 

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