We are one of the foremost charities supporting vulnerable and homeless people in Kent and Croydon. We have supported accommodation services in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Ramsgate, Sittingbourne and Tonbridge, a homelessness prevention service and a dedicated rough sleeper team. We provide a range of services supporting people with complex needs, with specialist services for young people, ex-offenders and people with enduring mental health issues. Our focus is on long-term solutions, breaking the cycle of homelessness and ensuring that people can live independently in the future.
"Let’s make the difference" which is being launched by Homeless Link, sets out five priority actions that will make the biggest difference for many thousands of people who become homeless in England.
The three course meal, kindly provided by catering company Centerplate, was followed by a quiz, party games and presents donated and distributed by volunteers from Chaucer Insurance. Watch the film with our highlights!
The fact is there are so many barriers – and they’re so difficult to navigate – it’s not just frustrating, it’s downright grim...
We need to change and improve on what’s come before. This was one of the key messages at Porchlight’s 40th anniversary conference which saw representatives from across the homelessness sector come together to discuss innovation. A copy of all presentations from the day can be found towards the end of the page.
A screening session for Asda recruitment took place at our head office. Four of our service users travelled from across the county to be assessed for interview with the supermarket chain.
Homelessness charity Porchlight joined representatives from Google and Microsoft at Saturday’s Digibury Weekender to explore the impact technology has on society and culture.
A groundbreaking report on LGBTQ youth homelessness in Kent will be launched at Porchlight’s 40th anniversary conference on 12 November.
Read the latest issue and find out how our innovative community services are changing lives.
Chalkwell, who run bus services throughout Kent, is to provide free travel to and from job interviews for residents living in Porchlight’s homeless hostels. As the charity celebrates its 40th anniversary, the offer of support from Chalkwell has been described as ‘brilliant.’
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