Tim spoke with Fahad, our Business Development Manager about why he supports Simon on the Streets and his 'Pay Fair' business model.
We will always work towards the goals and aspirations of each person. And Nick’s aspiration is to have a garden.
Pam was sofa surfing at a friend’s house when she first met our outreach worker. Unfortunately, her friend was moving house and Pam was to become homeless once more.
When coronavirus hit the UK, Adam lost his job and his home. Adam was sleeping rough when we met him whilst on outreach. We helped Adam get a place in a b&b but we noticed Adam begin to become quiet and withdrawn.
"There’s a difference between giving your money and being parted with your money. Some companies are advised on CSR, and are told to give to a charity – which runs the risk for them of feeling parted with their money. I don’t want to be parted with my money, I want to give."
We met Travis when he was sleeping on the streets after being released from prison. Travis wanted to own a place of his own but living independently after all this time was daunting.
Ed lost his job and accommodation when coronavirus hit. He was sleeping in an old shed when we met him.
Beth had ended up on the streets after being attacked by a man she knew. We found Beth on the streets while on evening outreach in the city.
Are you homeless?
Whether you’re out on the streets, sleeping on sofas, or at risk of losing your home, we’re here to support you. Get support in any of the cities we operate in: Leeds, Bradford, or Huddersfield.
Get support for someone you know
If you’re concerned about a rough sleeper you’ve seen in your area, or simply know someone who’s lost their home, you can learn more about the support available.