A boy sits on a park bench at nighttime.


You can make all the difference to the lives of young people like Jack. 

Please give a homeless young person a chance today.


Donate now

£5 could help go towards the vital basics

It's the little things that count, like a toothbrush, fresh towel, or clean bed sheets. Your can help fund the basics that are the difference between a hostel and a home.

Give £5 now

£18 COULD HELP PAY FOR counselling sessions

Psychological support helps us tackle the root causes of homelessness. Your donation could help a homeless young person get the support they need. 

Give £18 now

£50 could help pay for essential education items

For a homeless young person, study books and stationery are simply unaffordable. Your donation could help them get on with their education.

Give £50 now

Aged 16, Jack became homeless for the second time. He then spent two years of his life with no place to call home. With his mental health declining, Jack lost control. But when he came to Centrepoint, Jack was offered emotional support and a safe place to stay. Centrepoint also helped Jack gain the right skills to find a job. Today Jack is continuing to rebuild his life and reconnect with his family. He has a full-time job, a home of his own, and a future he can look forward to.

Donate now

Your donation and our finances

Your donation can give more young people like Jack the chance to escape homelessness for good.

It's only with your help that we can provide our young people with a positive future. 

A graphic representing Centrepoint's public purse savings.

For every young person we work with, it is estimated that Centrepoint benefits the public purse by nearly £20,000.

77p Of Every Pound Orange

76p in every £1 we spend goes directly to supporting young people now and investing to make sure more homeless young people get support tomorrow.

Centrepoint has supported homeless young people since 1969.

88% of the young people Centrepoint supports move on positively. We couldn't do it without you.


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.