Items We Need

21/11/18 We are currently in desperate need of size 10 trainers, umbrellas, flasks, jogging bottoms.

Streets2Homes appreciates any useful items that can benefit the homelessness. Here are some of the useful things we are frequently in need of:

Sleeping Bags
Clothing
Torches
Tents
Underwear / Socks
Boots / Shoes
Thermo Flasks
Rucksacks
hat and gloves
Gloves / Hats
Tissues / Wipes / Sanitiser
Cash Donation

Monetary Gifts

If you would prefer to send a much appreciated monetary donation, then you can do so in the following ways:

Credit or Debit Card

Please go to Streets2Homes Local Giving page.

Cheque

Please make cheques payable to Streets2Homes and send to The Manager, 2A Wych Elm, Harlow, Essex, CM20 1QP.

Standing Order

If you would like to set up a Standing Order please email the CEO at kerrie.eastman@streets2homes.co.uk for a form.

Give As You Earn

Give As You Earn is a Government initiative to encourage donors to support charities on a long-term basis. It is the simplest way to give to charity direct from your pay and it is tax-free.

Gift Aid

Please download and complete an HMRC Gift Aid Declaration Form. There are two forms, one to use for Single Donations and one to use for Multiple Donations - both are in PDF format. They can also be downloaded from the HMRC website. Gift Aid Declarations cannot be made on corporate donations; donations using company/business cheques or donations made using CAF cheques. For your charitable donation to qualify as Gift Aid, it requires an individual or identifiable donor, who can satisfy the conditions for tax relief to declare their donation to be a Gift Aid Donation. To qualify for Gift Aid, you must pay an amount of income tax and/or capital gains tax at least equal to the tax CRY reclaims on your donations in the tax year (currently 25p for each £1 you give). If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim further tax relief.

Stories

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

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I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

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