A £12 monthly donation gives a young homeless person a room
Two hours of mentoring a month can help change a young person's life
Our annual Sleep Out aims to raise at least £250,000 every year
Every year Centrepoint helps over 1,000 young people exchange the awful reality of homelessness for a future free of danger, violence and abuse. Read more
While other girls her age were getting an education, Abi was living in a run down bed & breakfast with her stepfather and his landlady, a long-term drug addict. Read more
Are you looking for ways you can have a positive impact on the lives of others? Then why not volunteer with us? Read more
Sidar started volunteering to complement his housing management course and gain experience working with young people. Sidar's commitment and enthusiasm have led to a variety of opportunities with us.
You can fundraise at home, at work or in your community. Find out more about how you or your company can raise money for Centrepoint. Read more
For most of us, the biggest obstacle to getting into employment or education is having the right CV or training. For homeless young people, it's often a lifetime of fear, violence and neglect.
Help us support homeless young people on the final stages of a journey to independence. Read more
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Grace has developed a good relationship with the staff at Centrepoint, especially her learning worker, who has involved her in a number of education workshops. In addition to her studies, Grace is learning basic life skills such as budgeting, paying bills and cooking.
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Since being at Centrepoint, John has found having access to counsellors really useful to help him overcome his personal and mental issues. He has taken advantage of life skills classes, which has helped him learn about budgeting, paying bills and cooking. John's biggest love has been reading, with h
Daniel soon took advantage of the kitchen, encouraging him to learn how to cook and put a shopping budget together. Talking with his support and development worker has made him want to take on more responsibility and he is taking part in workshops, with a view to going to college.
Since 1969, we have helped over 72,000 homeless young people.
There are still 80,000 young people in the UK who will experience homelessness this year.
We're rising to the challenge of ending youth homelessness, but we can't do it without your help: