Church Housing Trust

Rebuilding broken lives

Registered Charity Number: 802801

6 friends.
Become a friend
  • Church Housing Trust profile image 1

    Veterans Artisan Bakery, Catterick

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 2

    Aldershot residents visit to Imperial War Museum

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 3

    Suffolk project for young mothers with babies

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 4

    Street Buddies project London - Ex-homeless helping street homeless off the streets!

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 5

    Cambridge residents compete in a football tournament for homeless people across Cambridge

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 6

    New Training Kitchen opens in Reading

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 7

    Computer training in Willesden

  • Church Housing Trust profile image 8

    GOALS (Gaining Opportunities and Living Skills) training in Wakefield

Previous

Next

Church Housing Trust supports people who have been homeless, by funding the help they need to rebuild their lives. Our roots go back to 1882 when, Revd Wilson Carlile began working with homeless people in central London. To this day, we uphold the Christian values of supporting those in need, and help more than 4,500 people every year.

We do this by providing funding for emergency beds during the winter. And throughout the year we fund basic essentials such as food parcels and packs of toiletries for people coming to hostels with nothing. Some will be young adults at risk, families, or ex-Services personnel, while others will have had mental health issues, or problems with drug and alcohol misuse, and require specialist support. We help these people to become more confident and healthy through cooking and nutrition workshops, life skills training, and personal support that builds their self-esteem. We pay for clothes and travel so that they can start volunteering or working. We also pay for work-related training, and activities that help people to socialise and build relationships. Once they have received the help and support they need, we help them to move on to independent living with grants for basic furnishings and household essentials for their new homes.

We also fund amenities such as IT suites, training kitchens, on-site gyms and garden projects, all of which provide activities that greatly improve the wellbeing of homeless individuals, and can be opened to the local community.

Church Housing Trust helps more than 4,500 people every year to rebuild their lives.

Contact Us

Church Housing Trust PO Box 50296
Premier House
12-13 Hatton Garden

EC1N 8AN

Phone: 020 7269 1630
Email:

http://www.churchhousingtrust.org.uk

Church Housing Trust News

A peak performance

Date posted: 11 Jul 2014

When's the last time you climbed a mountain? A courageous group of hostel residents took on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.… Read More»

Time to celebrate

Date posted: 23 Jun 2014

Church Housing Trust takes a look at some of the many small events held at schemes that make a big difference to homeless people’s lives.… Read More»

Quays to the future

Date posted: 23 Jun 2014

Church Housing Trust attended an event celebrating award-winning Riverside ECHG scheme The Quays in order to welcome some special visitors from Poland.… Read More»

See all articles

Charity Choice Directory Listings

Complain about this page

Friends and Fundraisers

Help us raise money by becoming a fundraiser. You can set up fundraising events for the charity or any of our appeals. If you're interested then please click the button below to set up your fundraising event.

Fundraise for us

We currently have 6 friends, including:

See all our friends

Leave a Gift in your Will

Gifts left in Wills are really important to us. Click the button below to find more about our charity legacy appeal and what options are available to you.

Find out more

Financial Information from CharityFinancials

March 2016 March 2015
Total Income £488,614 £668,531
Total Expenditure £606,861 £641,021

If you have questions about the financial information listed above please contact Charity Choice at editorial@charitychoice.co.uk