103,000 young people

in the UK went to their council in 2017/18 as they were homeless or at risk of becoming so.

Less than half of those (48%)

received meaningful support to prevent or relieve their homelessness.

44% of young homeless people

are not in education, employment or training.

And 41%

lack independent living skills.

What we're doing

It all starts with a home and a job

No young person should be living in poverty.

That’s why we’ve pioneered a scheme that gives young homeless people in Bristol, Sheffield, Norfolk, and Perth the chance to learn how to fix up derelict houses, making safe and affordable homes for them to live in.

Future Builders is our project that breaks the cycle of homelessness, by giving young people the training and skills they need.

Each of these homes is sustainably powered with subsidised renewable energy, from OVO.

And once they’ve made their house a home, we support our young people as they make the switch into longer-term work.
103,000 young people

in the UK went to their council in 2017/18 as they were homeless or at risk of becoming so.

Less than half of those (48%)

received meaningful support to prevent or relieve their homelessness.

44% of young homeless people

are not in education, employment or training.

And 41%

lack independent living skills.

3 things that are changing lives

Build

Build

Constructing safe, affordable housing for homeless young people

Learn

Learn

Giving them training and support, so they can get a paid apprenticeship or a job long term

Thrive

Thrive

Supporting their well being and independence, now and into the future

4

areas of the UK where we've made an impact

133

young people supported since 2016

30

new homes created from 10 renovated houses

From bricks and mortar to a brighter future

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