This winter we’re funding night shelters that give vital hope to homeless people left out in the cold. Our matched fund campaign means you can make double the difference today.


Please enable us to make double the difference to homeless people today.

Homelessness continues to be a huge issue throughout England that we simply cannot ignore. The fact that life expectancy of the average rough sleeper is cut short by 30 years is appalling, and we need to act to limit its impact.

The common misconception that homeless people are substance abusers is harmful and closes many doors for people without homes. That’s why we’re running our Matching that Matters campaign, to open as many doors as possible to our night shelters. These provide desperately needed relief for immediate needs such as food, clothing, access to benefits, financial advice, employment training and healthcare. They also provide a warm place to stay during the coldest months of the year, when people are at their lowest ebb.

But we need your support to make any of this possible.

A kind benefactor has already given us an incredible £10,000 towards our campaign in the hope that our amazing donors will be able to match it collectively. This means that for every single penny you give, you’ll be having twice the impact.

Don’t miss this opportunity to touch more lives by turning your £50 donation into £100 and help us give hope to thousands of people this advent through Winter Night Shelters across England.

Where we stand

£10,000

The matchfund

£9,420

Amount donated

Total raised: £18,800

Help tip the scale!

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What is the Together Network?

Together Network makes a unique and invaluable contribution to communities, supporting community groups, churches and other partners to work together to advance the common good. We serve as a vehicle for engagement with statutory partners, a channel through which communities and policy makers can interact.

Your work will help us tackle

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    Homelessness and poverty

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    Loneliness and mental health issues

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    The plight of refugees and asylum seekers

You can send in your donation to us by post

If you’d like to make your gift offline please send your cheque or cash to:

CUFChurch House27 Great Smith streetLondonSW1P 3AZ020 7898 1649enquiries@cuf.org.uk