Make a donation

Those without a home are some of the most vulnerable members of our community and new people find themselves homeless - or living in fear of losing their home - every day. With the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic taking its toll, HARP services are never more needed. You can help by making a donation to HARP. 


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Making a one-off donation is a quick and easy way to help local people to stay off the streets. £10 could help cover the cost of a night's stay, £20 could give someone the chance to talk their problems through with a counsellor, and £30 can provide a home starter pack to help someone get back on their feet. But whatever you can give, it all adds up to make a big difference.  

Giving a regular gift helps us to go one step further, and provide the longer-term accommodation and support that people often need, especially those who come to HARP with a range of complex needs. A regular gift can be the difference between a person temporarily getting off the streets and overcoming homelessness for good. 

Your support brings hope to some of Southend's most vulnerable people.

Those without a home often face other complicating issues which put them at greater risk, including underlying health conditions, mental health issues and addictions. This is why HARP's work is about so much more than putting a roof over someone's head.

Our work has become even more vital in recent months, with the people we support being at higher risk of severe illness from coronavirus, and mental health and addiction problems making self-isolation and social distancing even more challenging and even dangerous.

HARP is here to help... but we can't do it without your support!  

Can you give a gift to keep someone off the streets?

You can make a one-off donation here or set up a regular gift here

At HARP, we are working hard to ensure that the people who come to us for help and support continue to get the vital services we provide so they can escape or avoid homelessness, whilst enabling them to stay safe during the pandemic. We are:

  • Supporting people who live in the 226 rooms in our supported and emergency accommodation, including providing meals and helping them to remain socially distanced and self-isolate safely.

  • Providing breakfast to local people who are rough sleeping and giving them the support they need to get off the street.  

  • Continuing to provide advice and guidance for local people who are at risk of homelessness so they can avoid losing their home. 

  • Working with the council to ensure that anyone newly homeless is housed as quickly as possible. 

  • Ensuring all the people who come to us for help are aware of the social distancing measures at this time and helping them to take appropriate action to stay safe. 

  • Continuing to work closely with other local agencies to provide a holistic service for people facing homelessness in Southend. 

We need to work together as a community to stay as safe as possible.

Your donation will help provide food, shelter and support for local homeless people in and around Southend.

With fundraising events still cancelled, our charity shops closed and no real idea of when this will end, people who are rough sleeping, homeless or at risk of homelessness in Southend still need our help!

Please give generously to help the most vulnerable members of our community.

Together we can overcome homelessness for good!

Thank you so much for your support.

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Making a one-off donation is a quick and easy way to help local people to stay off the streets. £10 could help cover the cost of a night's stay, £20 could give someone the chance to talk their problems through with a counsellor, and £30 can provide a home starter pack to help someone get back on their feet. But whatever you can give, it all adds up to make a big difference.  

Giving a regular gift helps us to go one step further, and provide the longer-term accommodation and support that people often need, especially those who come to HARP with a range of complex needs. A regular gift can be the difference between a person temporarily getting off the streets and overcoming homelessness for good. 

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