No one turned away – Sign our petition

No one turned away – Sign our petition

It is shocking that in the UK in 2011 a single homeless person can approach their council for help and still be turned away to sleep on the streets. Under the existing law single people are not usually considered a priority for housing and although they should get meaningful advice and assistance too often this doesn’t happen.

singeHomelessness.jpgAs the first place that many turn, councils are in a unique position to assist people out of homelessness. When they fail to do so, those in need of help can be left with nowhere to go and can quickly spiral deeper into homelessness, costing individuals and the state dear. With homelessness rising, we need action now.

As Crisis at Christmas prepares to open its doors for the 40th time, there is a historic opportunity to make the reforms that single homeless people need so that no one is turned away.

Add your voice to our campaign by signing this petition:

“40 years after the first Crisis at Christmas, there is a historic opportunity to make the reforms that single homeless people need. We the undersigned demand that:

The Government strengthens the law so that no one is forced to sleep rough.

All single homeless people have the right to receive written advice, real assistance and emergency accommodation when they need it.”

Please help us demand action by filling in your details so we can add your name to our petition:



Thanks to the support of our e-campaigners and the bravery of many of our homeless clients, Crisis has achieved some key campaign successes in the last few years. Add your voice to our current campaigns and together we can achieve even more for single homeless people.

Add your voice to our campaigns

No one turned away petition

No one turned away

The Government should strengthen the law so that no one is forced to sleep rough.

Sign the petition

Take action now

Housing benefit cuts

Your last chance to oppose cut that will cause homelessness.

Write to your MP now

Take action now!

Don’t criminalise squatting

4 out of 10 single homeless people have squatted. Don’t let the Government criminalise them.

Take action now

Sign up to be an e-campaigner

Help Crisis campaign for change

Our e-campaigners have already achieved real change for homeless people. Help us achieve more.

Become an e-campaigner

Contact us

Want to donate by post?  

If you would like to send a cheque or charity voucher in the post please download a form here and post it with your donation to:

66 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LT

Please make cheques payable to ‘Crisis’ – Thank you!

Need to update your details?

If you have changed your name, address, phone or email address let us know by completing this Change of Details Form

We’ll use this information to update our records to make sure you keep receiving information about Crisis.

Alternatively, contact our supporter helpline 08000 38 48 38 or email us

 You can also join our Crisis online community and update your own details whenever you need to.

General enquiries

If you need any more information from us or have any comments, please complete this General Enquiries/Feedback Form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Alternatively, contact Crisis on 0800 0 38 48 38 or email us


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