Hannah Ling, 06/12/2019
The Marylebone Project has been awarded a grant by the Evening Standard (including donations from Barclays) to enable Church Army to expand the hours of the existing day centre for homeless women in London.
In December 2019, Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the Marylebone Project, to hear about the experiences of the homeless and discuss how the government is going to help eradicate rough sleeping. (Photo credit: David Benett/Evening Standard)
Singer and star, Ellie Goulding, joined the Marylebone Project over Christmas to celebrate. Ellie is a patron for the Marylebone Project and backs the Evening Standard's campaign to tackle homelessness in London. (Photo credit: Lucy Young)
Church Army's Marylebone Project have joined the London Homeless Crisis to end homelessness in London. The Evening Standard's campaign is working alongside us to fund a 24/7 drop-in centre for homeless women in central London.
Zeenat, an IT trainer, found herself homeless and sleeping on buses. Helped by the Marylebone Project's drop-in centre, she is desperate to find a stable home and return to work. Read and watch Zeenat sharing her story... (Photo credit: Jeremy Selwyn)
If you've been stirred by the stories of women's homelessness in London, we'd love you to support the Marylebone Project financially. Your money will make a huge difference in the lives of the homeless women. Give today...
Our Marylebone Project is UK’s largest women’s hostel for women affected by domestic violence and homelessness. Here are just three short stories of how the Marylebone Project has made a difference to these women's lives.
Hannah Ling, 06/12/2019