Housing Justice enables churches and their volunteers to help people in housing need (e. G. Homeless people, rough sleepers). We campaign for change in housing policies at national and local level.
Housing Justice is the national voice of Christian action to prevent homelessness and bad housing. We support the work of churches working wiht homeless and badly housed people, for example through training, forums, networking and dissemination of good practice. We raise awareness of the problems of homelessness and act as a national advocate for the work of churches and for the needs of the people they are helping.
Housing Justice aims to:
- To enable the provision of better services, by churches, for homeless peoploe and people in housing need.
- To raise awareness about housing and homelessness issues, voicing the concerns of churches and of homeless and badly housed people.
Established: May 1986
Registered Charity Number: 294666
Board members: 12
Full time staff: 2
Part time staff: 8
Phone number: 020 3544 8094
Address: Housing Justice 256 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3UJView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website