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Please Donate

Your donation could help give homeless young people a safe place to live and support them into education or a job.

Make a regular donation to help change a homeless young person's life.

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£10 Could help to build stability

Having somewhere safe to call home, study and recuperate can mean all the difference for a young person to feel secure. Your donation can help provide more than a bed.

£10 Monthly

£25 Could help with health provisions

Homelessness can compound many health issues. Your donation could help make essential health services like dietitians, counsellors and mental health advisors more accessible

£25 monthly

£50 Could help start a future

Your donation could provide access to functional skills workshops, sport engagement programmes, ICT courses and apprenticeships – all helping to build a positive future. 

£50 monthly

An image of Zinnia, who has shared her personal story of homelessness.


Aged five, Zinnia’s mum kicked her and her dad out. Aged nine, Zinnia was placed into foster care. After the birth of her child, Zinnia became homeless.

But after coming to Centrepoint, Zinnia received emotional support for her mental health and help with life skills to get her back on track. Now she's thriving in her own home and has her dream job as a painter and decorator.


We don't take your donation for granted – it's too important. We support more than 10,000 vulnerable young adults a year, but we know thousands more homeless young people need better support services. 103,000 young people asked their local council for help with homelessness in 2017/18. 

A graphic representing Centrepoint's public purse savings.

We save the public purse £20,000 for every young person we work with.

Centrepoint provides bed spaces for homeless young people.

We provide 1,271 supported bed spaces for homeless young people.

Centrepoint has supported homeless young people since 1969.

86 per cent of young people move on from Centrepoint positively.

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Ben - Centrepoint Resident

I hadn’t got it into my head that I was homeless. It can diminish your mental and emotional health, you can feel it happening, and stress can be the cause of lots of physical ailments in life.

Your donation could start a future

Your donations help us provide a warm, safe space with access to counselling and practical advice. We help young people rebuild their confidence and give them the practical skills they need to secure a job. We also teach young people basic life skills like cooking and managing their money – helping them to move on and lead independent lives.


Health Team Challenges

Centrepoint's Clinical Lead, Stamatia Lorentzou, tells us about how our Health team support homeless young people and some of the challenges they face.

What we do

Centrepoint is the UK's leading youth homelessness charity. Together with our partners, we support more than 10,000 homeless young people each year. We provide accommodation, mental health support and life skills to get vulnerable young people back into education, training and employment. We want to end youth homelessness in the UK.

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We use models and change the names of the young people we work with to protect their identity, however, all stories are true and as told by the young person.

* Stat from Centrepoint's research "Out of reach: young people's experience of rough sleeping and sofa surfing", 2015.