Souprunners Nottingham is a non-profit organisation set up by students from the University of Nottingham. They provide 2 weekly runs on a Tuesday and Sunday in the evening based in the city [...]
Rough sleeping in Nottingham has reached its highest level for nearly 20 years! Two of our volunteers, Laura and Laura, wanted to see what the streets of Nottingham City Centre would be like as a [...]
Abi from BYH was given an amazing opportunity to travel to London, and speak at the houses of parliament about youth homelessness.
As well as helping out for BYH I am also a care and support worker doing domiciliary (home) care. I love my job, it’s so rewarding.
I can’t thank Women’s Aid and Broxtowe Women’s Project, Broxtowe Youth Homelessness and my family enough with how much they support me.
Our core work is around delivering homelessness prevention workshops in schools, led by our fully-trained and nurtured peer educators.
If it wasn’t for my family and Broxtowe Youth Homelessness and obviously this community care grant I wouldn’t have anything except myself and a few things.
Without everybody helping me out I don’t know what sort of state I would be in, so thank you everyone who helped with my flat.
Ashley talks about her experience with the Job Centre and how BYH helped her overcome the situation she was put in.