999 Club is a small charity providing advice, advocacy, shelter, health checks & activities for homeless people in Lewisham & South London.
Baron's Court Project
The Barons Court Project is a charity and day centre for people who are homeless and vulnerable to mental health problems. The support over 200 people each year, providing activities including advocacy, group support and one-to-one assistance. This includes access to shower and laundry facilities, social events, meals, IT sessions and a life skills programme.
C4WS Homeless Project
Opening its doors for the first time in January 2005, a group of 7 churches took it in turns to provide free shelter and food for the coldest weeks of the year. As the years progressed, C4WS grew to 13 churches offering shelter for 5 months of the year and providing welfare support, English classes, and a mentoring and befriending scheme.
Centrepoint provides housing and support for young people in London, Manchester, Yorkshire and the North East and through partnerships all over the UK. They aim to give homeless young people a future and want to end youth homelessness.
Church Army was established in 1882 by Wilson Carlile with a vision to train ordinary Christian men and women to reach those most in need with the gospel. Over 130 years later, Church Army still provide vital services and support to many of society's most vulnerable.
Cyrenians offer support and nurturing homes to people with mental health issues, learning difficulties and a background of homelessness. They have 39 properties across London. Their aim is to enhance the potential of their 350 customers as well as their staff. They empower everyone to achieve what they want to achieve. Genuine respect for others and excitement at seeing people step up to the challenge (whatever the size) play a massive part in their daily lives.
Emmaus don’t just offer a bed for the night, they offer a room for as long as someone needs it, as well as meaningful work in our social enterprises. This opportunity, to become part of a community and make a contribution to it, plays an important role in restoring self-esteem and helping Emmaus companions find a way to overcome homelessness in the long term.
Glass Door Homeless Charity is London's largest open-access network of emergency winter shelters and support services for men and women affected by homelessness. About 130 individuals sleep in a Glass Door shelter every night in winter.
Groundswell is a registered charity which exists to enable homeless and vulnerable people to take more control of their lives, have a greater influence on services and to play a fuller role in the community.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council
Hammersmith & Fulham are one of 32 boroughs in London. They are one of the first local authorities in Britain to partner with Beam. One of their aims is to reduce homelessness in the borough. Their philosophy is to enhance civic life by empowering residents to change their own neighbourhoods for the better.
Kairos Community Trust
For 25 years, Kairos Community Trust has been dedicated to helping homeless men and women, often with drug and alcohol problems, rehabilitate into society and progress with their lives. Kairos is a Beam partner, referring clients that they think are ready to go through employment training and get into work.
Look Ahead have over 40 years experience of supporting people to make choices, take control and move forwards with their lives, providing services that are personalised, co-produced and delivered in partnership with health.
No First Night Out
No First Night Out is a tri-borough project run by City of London, Hackney and Tower Hamlets, working with those at imminent risk of rough sleeping, to ensure they avoid a night out on the streets.
One Housing Group
One Housing provides high quality homes and care. They manage around 16,000 homes across London and surrounding counties and care for over 11,500 people to help them live independently.
Phoenix Futures is a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years. They provide residential, prison, community and specialist services.
Providence Row Housing Association
Providence Row Housing Association has been helping homeless people in East London since 1860. They provide social housing in Tower Hamlets, Hackney and the City of London along with excellent services that aim to support those who are homeless and enable recovery.
Registered Beam Partner
All people recommended to Beam are referred by a registered partner. In some cases, such as here, we keep the partner anonymous as it could make the person traceable and disclosing this puts them at risk.
Renaisi is a social enterprise that helps people and places to thrive helping to transform disadvantaged communities and find opportunities for local people. Renaisi began as a company within Hackney Council created to help lead the regeneration of the borough and now supports a wide range of clients across London and the South East.
Shelter is a registered charity that campaigns to end homelessness and bad housing in England and Scotland. It gives advice and advocates for people in need, and tackles the root causes of bad housing by lobbying government and local authorities for new laws and policies.
Single Homeless Project
Single Homeless Project (SHP) are a London-wide charity working to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people to transform their lives. They do this by providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change.
Solace Women's Aid
Solace provides safe refuge and move on accommodation to hundreds of women and children made homeless through domestic or sexual abuse - as well as a range of prevention, counselling, and advocacy support.
The London borough of Southwark is a diverse inner-city borough located south of the river Thames. It is the second local authority to partner with Beam to help reduce homelessness. Southwark values include honesty, accountability and working with residents to realise their full potential.
St Mungo's is a homeless charity founded almost 50 years ago. At the heart of all of their services is a commitment to empowering individuals, to support people in their recovery journey and to prevent homelessness in the future.
Thames Reach is a London charity helping homeless and vulnerable people to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives.
The Big Issue
The Big Issue magazine launched in 1991 in response to the growing number of rough sleepers on the streets of London, by offering people the opportunity to earn an income through selling a magazine to the public. Decades on, their vendors come from a variety of backgrounds and face the myriad of problems associated with poverty and inequality.
The House of St Barnabas
The House of St Barnabas is a homelessness charity with a particular focus on employability work. "The House" houses an "Employment Academy" which makes referrals of members to Beam.
The London Borough of Camden
The London Borough of Camden contains roughly 250,000 residents to which it provides housing and adult social care services.
The London Borough of Croydon
The London Borough of Croydon is home to over 382,000 people, to whom it provides housing and social care services.
The Upper Room
The Upper Room is a front line charity working with socially and economically disadvantaged people from some of the most deprived areas of London. They run a meal service, provide employment support and offer driving lessons for ex-offenders.
Founded 50 years ago, Turning Point are a social enterprise, providing specialist and integrated services which focus on improving lives and communities across mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, primary care, the criminal justice system and employment.
Veterans Aid (VA) was established in 1932 (designated originally as EFC – The Embankment Fellowship Centre) as a direct response to the homelessness caused by poverty and unemployment among the ex-service community in London.
Western Lodge provides communal, supported, abstinent-based living for those currently in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
West London Mission
The West London Mission (WLM) has been serving people affected by homelessness and poverty since 1887. We are part of the Methodist Church and run a wide range of services which empower people to live more fulfilling lives.
Working Chance are the UK's only recruitment consultancy supporting women leaving the criminal justice and care systems into great jobs with mainstream employers.
YMCA is the largest and the oldest youth charity in the world. They focus on young people and help them play a fulfilling role within their communities.