Across the UK, members of the public have been told to stay at home, remain socially distanced, and self-isolate if they experience symptoms of the coronavirus. For Nottinghamshire's homeless people, this is not an option.

They have been left stranded during lockdown, without a safe place to stay and unable to access services that will help them move permanently away from homelessness. 

We run Nottinghamshire's only 24/7 emergency hostel, Hope House. It is absolutely vital that we can keep our doors open to ensure that anyone who needs access to emergency accommodation during this crisis is able to do so.

Please donate now to ensure we can continue to run our emergency hostel and keep vulnerable homeless people safe. 

Your donations will help us keep Hope House open throughout the coronavirus outbreak and beyond, ensuring that homeless people have somewhere clean and safe to stay. 

£5 will feed 5 people for a day. 

£10 will buy essential toiletries for 1 homeless person. 

£50 will buy a weekly shop, and PPE for our staff. 

£100 will provide a bed for 5 homeless people.