Church Housing Trust has a background of more than 130 years supporting homeless people.

We raise funds for homeless individuals, some of whom have high support needs, who would not otherwise receive extra support.

 

Our mission is to end the cycle of homelessness through Christian values of care-giving and philanthropy. We work closely with homelessness schemes and churches to create communities dedicated to ending homelessness.

 

We believe that home is not just a roof; a home is a place where we belong. It provides the safety and opportunity to establish roots, and develop into the person we were created to be. It is somewhere we are cared for, and somewhere we care about.

 

At present, we fund individuals without homes in roughly 100 supported living schemes across England, including projects for people with drug or alcohol dependency; accommodation for homeless families; mother and baby units; women’s refuges; temporary housing for ex-Services personnel; accommodation for people with learning disabilities; and young people’s foyers.