London Homelessness Awards 2019
After a tough process for the judges reviewing 30 applications the following projects have been shortlisted for the LHA 2019. They are competing for a prize fund of £60,000.
Judges will now visit each project and the three winners will be announced on 18th July. The final order of the top three will be revealed at a special event at the GLA on October 17th.
So congratulations to:
• Haringey Rough Sleeping Taskforce
London borough of Haringey
• The Magpie Project
• North London Housing Partnership
North London Early Homelessness Prevention Service
• The Passage
• Single Homeless Project
Sport and Health Programme
• South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
King’s Health Partner’s Pathway Homelessness Team
More information about the shortlisted projects HERE
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 Cassandra.email@example.com
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, London 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.