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We are pleased to announce that Doorstep will host its AGM on the 21st May, 2018 at its 13 Broadhurst Gardens residence to report on its performance for 2017-2018 as well as its future plans. If you would like to attend please get in touch.
We’re really pleased to have been featured in both the The Independent and the Evening Standard today. The Article tells the story of one of our service users and provides an insight in to the realities of being homeless in London in 2017 with two small children. We are so very grateful for the all […]
Victoria Coren Mitchell is a nationally recognised writer, television presenter and poker player. She is a parent, Camden resident and long standing supporter of Doorstep. I was bowled over by Doorstep when I first walked in. It’s an organisation that obviously has a huge and transformative effect on the lives of the people […]
We’re really excited to be participating the the Aviva Community Fund programme this year We’re in with a chance of being awarded up to 25k, yes 25k of funding that will help us to continue in the work we do to support homeless families. In order for us to be […]
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/sep/28/eviction-by-private-landlord-making-record-numbers-homeless-in-uk Record numbers left homeless after eviction by private landlords in England End of an assured shorthold tenancy cited by nearly a third of newly homeless households, figures show Patrick Butler Social policy editor Wednesday 28 September 201616.15 BST Record numbers of families are becoming homeless after being evicted by private landlords and finding themselves unable […]
10 children attending Doorstep enjoyed a gifted RIB boat trip last Saturday – complete with James Bond music playing. Also – happy birthday to the ten year old birthday boy. They loved it and haven’t stopped talking about it!
We are grateful for London Community Foundation‘s recent feature on Doorstep, helping to draw attention to our cause and work. There are thousands of homeless families across London stuck in unsuitable hostel accommodation. Neil Baker visits a charity that supports them, and hears how one mother is fighting for a better life – for herself and […]
We recommend this article by Polly Toynbee that appeared in the Guardian in November 2014 for profound insights into Britain’s social housing crisis. No exit: Britain’s social housing trap The shortage of housing and the impact of Thatcher’s right-to-buy scheme have created a bureaucratic nightmare in which people are stranded for years, waiting to move […]
We are pleased to announce that Doorstep will host its AGM on the 15th of March, 2016 at its Broadhurst Gardens