BUY A PIECE OF FURNITURE FOR A HOMELESS YOUNG LONDONER
City YMCA London is building a brand new, state of the art home for young people across London who are homeless. With your help we can get vulnerable young people off the streets and into a safe space. We can give them the opportunity to create a future of their own choosing. We just need your help to furnish their home.
From just a £5 brick to buying a bed, a chair or paying the costs to construct a whole room, the choice is up to you. Your gift today will allow City YMCA London to go and buy that item and place it in the new Errol Street home.
Please be generous and support a young homeless Londoner today.
Our Furniture Needs
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City YMCA London is an independent charity affiliated to the global YMCA movement that was founded in the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral in 1844. Our work is based on the ethos of the international movement and we work across some of London's most deprived boroughs of Islington, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Hackney.
We passionately believe that every young person should have the opportunity to build a future of their own choosing. Over the past forty years we have helped 30,000 isolated, homeless young people struggling with family breakdown, school exclusion, poor mental health and drug and alcohol problems. From emergency beds through to supported longer-term accommodation our hostel occupancy currently runs at 98%, a stark demonstration of the need for this provision.
City YMCA are building a new home for homeless young people in the heart of London. This state of the art building will redefine the standards for hostels, offering hope and giving young people the opportunity to choose their own future. We want this home to be the best that it could be. Every young person deserves a safe environment. Therefore, we urgently need your help to furnish the building. We believe that homeless young people deserve the best start in life after going through so much.
Find out more about us at www.cityymca.london