St Martin-in-the-Fields Charity supports people away from homelessness through the Vicar’s Relief Fund, the Frontline Network and The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
From a rich history of supporting individuals in vulnerable situations, we have developed a wide range of support. We are best known for our BBC Radio 4 Christmas Appeal with St Martin-in-the-Fields. For over 90 years the BBC and St Martin-in-the-Fields have partnered to raise support from Radio 4 listeners to help homeless and vulnerably housed people. In the last two years the Appeal has raised over £5 million.
Our Vicar’s Relief Fund provides small crisis grants to prevent eviction, pay for rent arrears or secure stable accommodation for someone experiencing, or at risk of homelessness. These grants support people wherever they are in the UK and are awarded in a matter of days.
Our Frontline Network, established in 2016, provides funds, community and resource for frontline workers across the UK. The network funds events and training for support workers, providing further opportunity for people to share best practice and develop solutions to better support people experiencing homelessness together.
We fund The Connection at St Martin in the Fields, a day and night centre providing a range of support services to people experiencing homelessness in Westminster, the densest area of rough sleeping in the country. Each year, The Connection engages thousands of people to address the causes of homelessness and promote a move on to life away from the streets.
Our address is:
London WC2N 4JJ
Call us on 020 3795 5745
Or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org