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EYH is excited to be holding its first ever gaming festival. For two weeks in April, we will be bringing together gaming enthusiasts from across the country in a bid to level the playing field for homeless young people.GET INVOLVED
COVID-19 has stripped young people of opportunities and prospects. Over the past year, our bursary fund has served as a lifeline. The scheme has provided young people across the country with resources so they can access education and training, and continue on their path to independence.Find out more
Last year, a staggering 121,000* young people faced homelessness in the UK. It could be one of the worst years yet. Help us to give them hope and a home in 2021.HELP US GIVE THEM A HOME
Our new research with Yorkshire Building Society finds that there is no town in England where young people on minimum wage can rent 'affordably'Find out more
We have 4 main targets: housing, health, work and prevention. We want to raise national awareness and voluntary funds, ensuring a positive future for homeless young people.
As the biggest short term issue of homelessness, we work hard to ensure these young people have somewhere to live.
Mental and physical health problems can create barriers to accessing further education, employment and independence. EYH helps young people stabilise their lives and learn to live healthily.
We believe that supporting homeless young people into training and employment is as important as helping them find a place to call home.
EYH member charities offer prevention services which focus on assessing individual circumstances. By intervening as early as possible, we can increase a young person's chance of avoiding homelessness altogether.
We speak to two support workers from EYH member charities ...
Research by End Youth Homelessness and Yorkshire Building Society finds ...
Following her mother's death, Krystal became homeless and had ...