#HOMEISWHERE is EYH's latest campaign, raising funds and awareness for our Housing Fund. We invited a group of high-profile illustrators, represented by Jelly London, to interpret the theme ‘Home is where…’
The five original designs are printed on ethically made organic T-shirts, which are available to buy here.
The T-shirts help raise money and awareness of the work EYH does getting vulnerable young people into safe and secure accommodation. Lending their creativity to the cause, illustrators Biff, Hannah Warren, Marylou, Tishk Barzanji, and Tom Guilmard have joined forces to help EYH to raise the profile of the 103,000 young people who faced homelessness last year.
five original designs
The designs are reflective of the artists’ individual styles, and are all united by their message of hope for homeless young people to turn their lives around.
The campaign offers a chance to support the work of end youth homelessness while owning an ethically made T-shirt with an original design. Home means something different to all of us: supporters are able to choose the design that best reflects what it means to them.
T-shirts that turn lives around
Funds raised through T-shirt sales will support EYH’s new Housing Fund, which supports young people who are facing homelessness, into their own homes. The Fund will provide the practical help they need to find and move into a suitable home, as well as offering bursary and bond schemes to tackle prohibitive upfront costs.
Will you lend your support?
EYH is calling on supporters and the public to help spread the word of the campaign by sharing their chosen artwork on their Instagram feed, along with the hashtag #HomeIsWhere.
Artworks for sharing on social media can be downloaded here.
Illustrator Hannah Warren said:
I’m really happy to help this important charity in this creative way. When finishing the sentence “Home is where…” I thought of a place to relax and be yourself and my design reflects that. I hope the T-shirts help raise money and awareness for End Youth Homelessness.