The 2021 Awards
The London Homelessness Awards 2021 are now closed.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an application to this year’s awards; the 21st time they have been run. The shortlist will be announced in June and the awards ceremony will be held on October 14th at the Union Chapel in Highbury and Islington.
The awards are recognised as one of the most prestigious in the sector – recognising innovation and excellence in projects across London working with people who are, or at risk of becoming, homeless. As well as a first prize of £30,000 and a specially designed trophy and certificate, winners receive a range of business development initiatives, including a specially commissioned video, PR, communications and marketing support, training and further opportunities to bid for grants.
On these pages you will find more information about the awards and videos of previous winners.
The London Homelessness Awards 2019 are now closed
30 organisations have entered the 2019 awards to win a share in the prize fund of £60,000.
The London Homelessness Awards are open to not-for-profit organisations based in London working in the field of homelessness including charities, registered social landlords, council departments, London NHS and health related organisations, voluntary and statutory organisations or a partnership of these agencies.
Read about last year’s winners HERE
Watch this space form details of our very special awards ceremony in October.
To register your interest in the 2020 awards please contact Cassandra Karanjia at [email protected]
have helped past winners
Celebrating London based projects that improve services to homeless people
The London Homelessness Awards are unique and recognise the creativity and imagination that agencies can bring to services for homeless people.
The awards are open to all projects in London working in the field of homelessness. This includes registered social landlords, local councils, NHS and health related organisations, voluntary organisations, or a partnership of any of these. The only stipulation is that your project must have been operating and delivering services for a minimum of six months.
Who can enter the awards?
Projects must be London-based and either improve services to homeless people, prevent homelessness or tackle disadvantage caused by homelessness.
Find out more about our previous winners here
Winners and Commended Projects of 2019
The Magpie Project
The Passage’s Anti-Slavery Project
North London Early Homelessness Prevention Service