This past Christmas over 10,000 volunteers came together to give around 4,000 people across Britain food, warmth, vital services and a chance to take a first step out of homelessness.
When we all come together we can achieve great things. In our 50th year, we’re pulling everyone and everything together to make a plan that shows how we can end homelessness for good.
But we need Everybody In to make it happen.
Crisis has described the 15 per cent rise in rough sleeping in England as a ‘catastrophe’, following continual rises since 2010, when evidence shows how the problem can be fixed.
Crisis at Christmas today opens its doors to an expected 4,700 guests in 13 centres across the country.
Today the Public Accounts Committee will release a report on an enquiry into homelessness across the UK in which they say the government must do more to tackle the issue.