Housing charity wins night shelter award

Homeless support service Housing Justice has been awarded £92,400 by the Homeless Transition Fund to improve night-shelter services.

Volunteers will be trained and gain better skills to help their clients move onto suitable housing.

Volunteers across England and Wales will be trained to a Housing Justice Quality Mark (HJQM) standard to ensure consistency cross their services.

Alison Gelder, Chief Executive of Housing Services, said: “I am thrilled that we have been awarded this grant.  It will enable us to help church and community night shelters take their services to a new level.”


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