About Rough Sleeping
If you’re concerned about someone sleeping rough, get in touch with us, so that we can connect them to local support and services they need.
What if I know someone who is homeless but they are not sleeping rough?
Rough sleeping is the most visible sign of homelessness. There are other people who are homeless and in temporary accommodation, such as hostels. There are also individuals and families who become homeless but find temporary solutions, such as staying with friends or family. This group of people can approach their Local Council’s Housing Options service for advice and assistance.
We can help someone who are sleeping rough...
Anyone can become homeless, and sleeping rough can be dangerous and can damage your health.
The longer someone sleeps rough, the greater the risk that they will become trapped on the streets and vulnerable to becoming a victim of crime, developing drug or alcohol problems, or experiencing problems with their health.
Rough sleepers may not be known to local services because they remain out of sight, bedding down at different times of day or night, and moving from place to place.
Not all rough sleepers are aware that advice and support is available to them. For help contact
Our Charity run solely by Volunteers in London
We help 6.240 homeless per year in London
Who are we?
How are we funded?
We have no formal funding from local government. We are solely funded by you, the community and our generous donors having help us to support those who are less fortunate then us.
Faith in People is a Charity based in London.
Our aim is to help the homeless people. We are a charitable organisation that was founded in 2017 to support London's homeless community and rough sleepers. We support London's homeless in The Strand - Charing Cross all year around. WE provide sandwiches, hot drinks, hot soup, fruits, Toiletries and clothes with help of our volunteers.