CharityDetail

What it does
    The charity undertakes a number of key activities. These comprise: 1) Ending Homelessness 2) Research and Development 3) Social Enterprise 4) Funds for Grant Distribution 5) Membership and Campaigning
Who works here
  • 54 employees and 54 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Education/training
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
  • Accommodation/housing
Where it operates
  • Throughout England
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1089173
  • First registered on 01/11/2001
UN SDGs
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No Poverty
Decent Work & Economic Growth
Reduced Inequalities
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £4,840,144 £4,979,290 -£139,146 2 54 54 01/11/2018
31/03/2017 £4,436,492 £4,333,443 £103,049 £1,403,837 3 47 0 27/12/2017
31/03/2016 £4,110,787 £4,009,091 £101,696 £1,300,788 3 56 1 16/09/2016
31/03/2015 £4,047,654 £3,780,254 £267,400 £1,187,817 3 53 1 27/10/2015
31/03/2014 £7,726,661 £7,627,090 £99,571 £920,417 1 52 1 12/08/2014
31/03/2013 £11,496,917 £11,452,748 £44,169 £820,846 3 56 36 30/07/2013
31/03/2012 £11,033,773 £11,806,553 -£772,780 £776,677 3 50 20 12/09/2012
31/03/2011 £4,061,077 £3,011,588 £1,049,489 £1,549,457 5 50 0 01/08/2011
31/03/2010 £2,973,873 £3,027,069 -£53,196 £499,968 1 48 6 27/01/2011
31/03/2009 £2,596,229 £2,549,144 £47,085 £684,150 2 40 10 16/11/2009
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 9 grant making charities totalling £5,966,215

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£84,000
31/05/2018
Trust for London The funding is for the development of a new London-wide homeless sector approach to understanding and challenging the impact of welfare changes on people experiencing homelessness. Expanding Homeless Link’s Expert Panel of people with lived experience, and supporting frontline organisations, to create a collective voice to campaign for positive change and practical solutions.
£278,181
30/09/2017
Lankelly Chase Three year core costs support to Expert Link to develop their training programme, build their network and engage with wider audiences
£480,956
31/01/2017
London Councils To strengthen the homelessness sector (voluntary, public and private) to work more collaboratively. To bring sectors together to better understand, define and identify their role in preventing homelessness. To support frontline providers and commissioners to be responsive to changing patterns of need, policy, legislation and equalities issues. To build the capacity of frontline providers to improve service delivery and effectiveness and ultimately be more sustainable. With the ultimate aim of achieving improved outcomes for those at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Activities: o providing specialist advice, support, training and information o supporting and improving working relationships between the VCS, boroughs and landlords through forums o improving collaboration and communication between the homelessness, employment, domestic/sexual violence, substance use, and health sectors through relationship brokerage, bespoke support and peer networks o providing quality policy, law and research information identifying London specific impact and trends through briefings and bulletins o testing new models through special initiatives responding to the London specific context. Outcomes delivered: o Higher quality, more responsive and effective service delivery (measured against a baseline , and using an external evaluation) o More effective cross sector/priority collaboration to deliver more effective services o Improved and focussed response to prevention o Better evidence of successful creative interventions responsive to specific London context.
£2,780,681
31/10/2016
National Lottery This project will ensure every person with multiple needs is supported by effective, coordinated services and are empowered to tackle their problems, reach their full potential and contribute to their community. This will be achieved by supporting local authority areas to develop the ‘Making Every Adult Matter’ approach, which is a practical, seven-stage approach to redesigning and delivering services for individuals with multiple and complex needs.
£90,000
30/09/2016
Lankelly Chase To continue to support Expert Link’s leader to develop an initiative on lived experience and leadership, raising awareness and capturing feedback on the tools developed thus far
£50,000
29/02/2016
Lankelly Chase To develop a nationally representative platform which builds the voice, power and influence of people with severe and multiple disadvantage.
£297,773
29/02/2016
Lankelly Chase To enable the Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) coalition to establish a national agenda for policy change informed by frontline voices and to support areas to influence local policy; and to improve the coordination of policy work across the MEAM partners.
£12,000
31/12/2015
Lankelly Chase To support costs of the 2017 Multiple Disadvantage summit
£210,000
31/10/2015
Comic Relief Housing First England
£13,900
31/07/2015
Lankelly Chase Development funding to scope a potential role for a national umbrella organisation that represents people affected by homelessness, mental illness, substance and alcohol misuse and re-offending.
£50,000
31/07/2015
Greater London Authority StreetLink
£218,631
30/06/2015
Lankelly Chase To create a movement to encourage the spread of Housing First as an approach to address homelessness.
£148,100
30/06/2015
City Bridge Trust £148,100 over 3 years (£49,400, £48,700, £50,000) towards a London Development Officer, Research Officer, Policy Officer, associated running costs and the costs of events and training sessions.
£10,000
31/12/2014
Lankelly Chase To establish Housing First as an accessible option to all chronically homeless people with complex needs across England.
£115,000
31/07/2014
Tudor Trust over three years as continuation funding towards the salary of a day centres worker to promote local homelessness alliances across England
£1,012,943
30/07/2014
National Lottery Not Available
£114,050
28/02/2014
Northern Rock Foundation To create an on-going learning network of frontline workers working with homeless pepole across the North East and Cumbria.
Governance
Trustees (9)
Main office

2ND FLOOR, MINORIES HOUSE
2-5 MINORIES
LONDON
EC3N 1BJ

Objectives

THE COMPANY IS ESTABLISHED FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT TO RELIEVE POVERTY, SICKNESS AND NEED WHICH IS MAINLY, BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY, CAUSED BY HOMELESSNESS OR THAT MAY RESULT IN HOMELESSNESS BY PROVIDING INFORMATION, EDUCATION, ADVICE, SYSTEMS, PROCESSES, AID AND SUPPORT TO INDIVIDUALS, ORGANISATIONS AND OTHER BODIES.