Help 4 Homeless Veterans

HELP 4 HOMELESS VETERANS

Throughout South Yorkshire and the UK,

Who we are

Housing and Accommodation for ex Armed Forces and veterans

help 4 homeless veterans Logo

Description

Help 4 Homeless Veterans support former members of HM FORCES(VETERANS) facing homelessness.

We are based in South Yorkshire and have working agreements through Barnsley Council (Berneslai Homes) and Doncaster Council (St Leger Homes) to rent some of their housing stock and then sub let to our veterans at cost ie. we make no profit on the rents.

We also work with private landlords to help veterans in other areas of England and Wales when and where we are able to help. We regularly put homeless veterans into B & B as a stop gap whilst helping to find a longer term solution to their situations. Our unique selling point is that we are small enough to react quickly; if we can help someone who contacts us, it happens fast, if we are unable to help directly we will always refer enquirers to another organisation we think may be able to provide assistance.

If you are homeless or need help finding accommodation, please registered for help on our website.  Since the charity was created it has helped around 500 veterans with their housing problems. We can only continue this essential work because of grants from supporters and donations from the general public. Our charity’s work received Royal recognition on 24th April 2018 when Prince Andrew presented us with the Duke of York Community Initiative Award.

The charity is a member of Cobseo, a signatory to the Corporate Covenant and a member of the Community Covenant Veterans Support Groups in Barnsley and Doncaster.

Our annual reports and accounts are available to view on the Charity Commission and Companies House Web sites.


Contact Details

Contact name: Register online at our website http://www.help4homelessveterans.org/register/

Email address: ceohelp4homelessveterans@gmail.com

Phone number: 077305 260 798

Mobile number:


Locations

Address details:

Throughout South Yorkshire and the UK,




Published: 09 August 2019