The Marylebone Project
Rebuilding trust. Rebuilding lives. Safety and support 24/7, 365 for homeless women in crisis
The Marylebone Project provides a life-changing service for homeless women and is the largest and longest-running provision of its kind in London and the UK with over 90 years of experience supporting vulnerable homeless women facing crisis such as domestic violence, mental health illness, human trafficking and no recourse to public funds.
Above all else, it offers hope. It provides a safe environment – a place where women can rebuild trust, learn to re-engage with society and, through empowerment, start to re-build their lives. Click here to read how The Marylebone Project transformed the lives of Tsega, Tehani and Yordanos, Zenat, Fatima, and Dezider
The Marylebone Project offers 112 long and short-term beds (including emergency beds for women in immediate need) providing around 40,000 nights of safe and secure accommodation each year.
‘The Sanctuary’ is open 24/7, 365 days for female rough sleepers – a crucial round-the-clock lifeline to vulnerable homeless women in London.
A wide range of educational training and social/well-being activities are accessible for residents and service users of The Sanctuary as well as many specialist resources provided in partnership as part of the seamless service provided by the Project.
The Patron of the Marylebone Project is musician Ellie Goulding who has provides unwavering support to our work and makes the time in her busy schedule to spend with our inspiring ladies.