ARE YOU HOMELESS, SOFA SURFING OR AT RISK?

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The Centrepoint Circle

The Centrepoint Circle is a group of donors determined to have a lasting positive impact on the future of homeless young people.

Members, who we ask to commit for three years, enjoy a range of benefits.

 

Give homeless young people a future

We need support to change the lives of the thousands of homeless young people we work with every year. With over 150,000 asking their local councils for help with housing annually, we need committed donors to continue having our current impact.

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Our Patron's challenge

Our patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, has challenged us to end youth homelessness. Be part of his ambition by joining the Centrepoint Circle. Your support will provide jobs and homes for some of the UK's most vulnerable young people.

The Issue

Founding partners Contributing £25,000 annually

Founding partners receive: priority booking for exclusive Centrepoint events, name listed on the Centrepoint Circle roll of honour, specialised communiqués, the opportunity to visit a Centrepoint service, personalised certificate and bespoke pin, breakfast or lunch with Centrepoint's CEO and Chair, complimentary access to selected Centrepoint events, private lunch with Centrepoint VIP guests.

Become a founding partner

Benefactors contributing £10,000 annually

Benefactors receive: priority booking for exclusive Centrepoint events, name listed on the Centrepoint Circle roll of honour, specialised communiqués, the opportunity to visit a Centrepoint service, personalised certificate and bespoke pin, breakfast or lunch with Centrepoint's CEO and Chair.

Become a benefactor

Helping the homeless young people in the UK. After getting help from Centrepoint, Tori is now living without fear.

Your support means more successes like Tori's

Tori suffered violence from her mother followed by a breakdown in her relationship with her godmother, after moving in with her. She came to Centrepoint and immediately hit it off with her key worker Veronica. Within a few months she moved from her hostel to one of Centrepoint's self-contained flats. After a year she moved on into her own home, Veronica went with her when she signed the contract. Seven years later, Tori still lives in the home Centrepoint helped her into.

Read Tori's story

Friends contributing £5,000 annually

Friends receive: priority booking for exclusive Centrepoint events, name listed on the Centrepoint Circle roll of honour, specialised communiqués, the opportunity to visit a Centrepoint service.

Become a friend