Transition Partners recruitment firm join corporate partnership scheme to support sustainability
Keep Leeds Warm
Corporate Supporter, Leeds
Leeds-based printing company, Awesome Merchandise, is launching a campaign to raise £50k to support Simon on the Streets.
Ricky tells us about his terrifying stay in the most haunted house in the UK to raise money for Simon on the Streets.
When we met Maggie (real name not used) she was sat on the street. It was raining and she was crying. She had her young child with her. She informed us that she was homeless and had nowhere to go.
"Transition Partners were really keen to get involved with Simon on the Streets from the first conversation we had!"
Having no local connection is a huge barrier for many vulnerable people who are homeless. Abi had “no local connection” and was forced to sofa surf or sleep on the streets.
Hudderfield Family Lawyers support Simon on the Streets
Corporate Supporter, Huddersfield
Simon on the Streets (SotS) are delighted to welcome Stowe Family Law in Huddersfield on board as a corporate partner and supporter.
When Covid-19 hit in March, Steve was no longer able to sofa surf due to fears around the virus. He began sleeping in his car instead. When we met Steve, we helped him get a place in supported accommodation.
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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.