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Everybody In

Stand against homelessness. End it for good.

Imagine a world without homelessness. Crisis intends to put an end to the suffering and injustice of homelessness. We know it can be done. But we need Everybody In to make it happen.

Today in Britain there are nearly 160,000 homeless households, and counting. If we don’t act now, this number will only rise. But if we get Everybody In - sharing stories, changing attitudes, raising awareness and campaigning for solutions - we believe we can end homelessness.

But what does an end to homelessness actually look like? We've put together a short and sweet animation that shows what's possible with Everybody In.

 

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Our storyteller George is out there every day speaking to real people about their experiences of homelessness. Read and share these stories below. Let’s get the conversation started and change opinions.

“I joined an art therapy class and I completely fell in love with art. It completely changed my life. Some people would say it actually saved my life, and I think it did."

Read James's story now

Abi

"I’m going to train as a social worker because I want to work with young people that have been through what I’ve been through. I feel as someone that has been through it all l I could make an impact on these young people and show them that they’re not alone and someone out there does care."

Read Abi's story now

"I was married for 14 years. 2 kids. Then my wife woke up one morning and said she no longer loved me. I tried to fight and beg. I asked if she wanted to go to counseling but in the end I had to admit defeat."

Read Alex's story now

"There’s a myriad of different reasons for people being homeless but no one stops to ask. Everyone just automatically thinks, ‘They’re a junky, they’re an alco.’ I met so many people on the street that didn’t have a drink problem, didn’t have a drug problem. They were homeless through their circumstance but not everyone stops to think about that."

Read Stephen's story now

"If someone had told me that later on in life I would be homeless one day I would have swear blind - never. You can never expect it. It just happens."

Read Saville's story now

"I try to keep my mind positive otherwise I would go down the wrong path. I don’t really like being on my own all the time. I find it hard. I feel lonely all the time. The hostel I’m in now is alright but the kind of people in there I don’t really want to be with."

Read Gemma's story now

"I want to help and influence people through what I’ve done, what I’ve had to suffer with in my life, the journeys I’ve been on, and I’m sure loads of people out there have been on those journeys, and they just want a bit of confirmation that they’re not alone and things will get better."

Read Hazel's story now

"I’ve been photographing reflections on water. You don’t know where reality starts and finishes if the reflection is that clear. Not until the water’s disturbed. And I think that’s like life as well. When you’re on drugs you’re not aware of where reality is, and it’s hard to differentiate between the two."

Read Gabriella's story now

"I always loved music since I was really young. I started writing lyrics when I was thirteen years old, I’m twenty six now. I’ve been pushing it a lot this year. I’ve been going to more open mic events. Performing at bars and stuff like that, and pushing my music out and going to the studio."

Read Gammakid's story now