Welcome to the April edition of WHIG’S Monthly Memo. Every month we share updates and highlights from our Action Group meetings. These include news about events, services, and things our members think may be useful to women experiencing or at risk of homelessness. If you would like to share something here, please email email@example.com. […]
Women’s Homelessness Involvement Group (WHIG) Monthly Memo April 2023
Street Support Chelmsford live on the radio!
The wonderful Helen Wilkerson, from Cool to be Kind and Street Support Chelmsford, recently joined Nita Jhummh on Chelmsford Community Radio to discuss Brian McGovern’s legacy and highlight the projects the two organisations are currently working on. The conversation started with Helen and Nita discussing Brian’s life and work. Brian was a compassionate and beloved […]
Street Support Chelmsford wins Essex High Sheriff’s Award!
We are delighted to share the brilliant news that Cool to be Kind a.k.a Street Support Chelmsford have won the prestigious Essex High Sheriff’s funding for the second year running! Each year, the High Sheriff gives financial support to voluntary organisations for initiatives that are helping to tackle crime, community safety and anti-social behaviour in […]
Tabor Living launches in new premises
Tabor Living started as Tabor House, a night shelter, opened by businessmen in response to a need in the city for a shelter that would be open all year round. It opened its doors in Digbeth, as part of Father Hudsons Care, in 2017 as an open plan shelter. Guests are not required to pay anything to […]
Women’s Homelessness Involvement Group (WHIG) Monthly Memo March 2023
Welcome to the March edition of WHIG’s Monthly Memo. Every month we share updates and highlights from our Action Group meetings. These include news about events, services, and things our members think may be useful to women experiencing or at risk of homelessness. If you would like to share something here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This […]
WMCA Rough Sleeping Initiative Regional Training Programme 2023-24
The West Midlands Combined Authority Rough Sleeping Initiative seeks to add value and complementary outcomes to the work of our Local Authority and wider partners. To build upon the good work established in recent years, we are delighted to share details about our new regional training programme. This exciting training offer is not open to […]
SIFA Fireside remodels Support Centre for people experiencing homelessness in Birmingham.
SIFA Fireside, the Birmingham homelessness charity, has remodelled its support services in response to the changing needs of people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Birmingham. As always, homeless and vulnerably housed adults over the age of 25 will all be welcome at SIFA Fireside’s Support Centre: individuals who are rough sleeping or in […]
Good Shepherd announces new partnership community project in Wolverhampton
The Good Shepherd and Wolves Foundation have teamed up with the City of Wolverhampton Council to unveil plans for a ground-breaking new project at the historic Queen’s Building in the city centre. The project will offer residents a venue offering a community shop with a difference, a café complete with charging points to stay connected […]
New project launches in Wolverhampton to combat bed poverty
The cost of living crisis has revealed how hundreds of children and their parents often don’t even have a bed to sleep in at night. But today the Good Night Project is being launched in the city to try and end this situation and ensure everyone has a bed of their own, where they can get a […]
New centre to support city’s vulnerable people officially named in memory of former councillor
The vacant Council owned city centre building, Bond House, in Bond Street, is now known as Peter Bilson House following an official ceremony at the centre attended by the Mayor of Wolverhampton Councillor Sandra Samuels OBE, City of Wolverhampton Council councillors and senior officers, and city homelessness partners. Son James and wife Audrey, daughter Emma […]