Get Involved

We have plenty of great opportunities for you, your company, school or group to support our work.

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Get Involved

We have plenty of great opportunities for you, your company, school or group to support our work.

How you can help

Play your part in combating homelessness. Donate, fundraise or volunteer to make a difference.

Make a donation

Set up a standing order or make a donation today to help provide a better future for a vulnerable person.

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Fundraising Events

Take part in a new challenge and fundraise for those who need our support.

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Organise Your Own Event

Got a fab fundraising idea? We’ve got plenty of ideas and resources to help you plan your event.

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Corporate Partners

Partner with BHT to help fight homelessness.

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Fundraising tools and resources

Download our fundraising toolkit today.

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Leave a Legacy

Give a lasting gift in your will and give back to your community.

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Client Involvement

BHT Housing Services are committed to engaging and involving tenants from all communities to help shape and improve our services, in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.

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Volunteer

BHT has volunteers throughout the organisation in a variety of different roles and projects.

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The Fundraising Promise

This promise outlines the commitment made to donors and the public by fundraising organisations which register with the Fundraising Regulator.

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The difference your money makes

£2

will pay for a client at First Base to have their clothes washed and dried.

£5

will buy refreshments for vulnerable women who attend Threshold’s peer
support drop-in for a week.

£25

will pay for an assessment and support plan to help someone move away from rough sleeping.

£50

will provide a nutritious breakfast and lunch for 60 clients at First Base each day.

£100

will pay for skills training to help a person who is homeless secure employment.

£160

will pay for one vulnerable woman to receive 12 weeks of counselling.

Client stories

Find out how your support provides vital help to our service users

Helen

The Whitehawk Inn is known locally for being a valuable community support resource and adult education centre, but also provides services beyond this, for example offering specialist debt advice. Helen was referred to us by the ...
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Brendon

Over the last couple of years, BHT’s Addiction Services have noticed an increase in the number of ‘second generation’ addicts.  They were children who grew up with one, or both, parents with a severe alcohol and/or ...
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Anna

Not all BHT’s mental health services are residential.  The Threshold Women’s Counselling Service provides a lifeline to many women.  This is the account of one of them. "I found out about the service through Survivors’ Network.  ...
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