Donating time, money or goods can make all the diﬀerence to the support we oﬀer people affected by homelessness or financial hardship.
As a homeless charity working in Ipswich, our team of staff and volunteers work tirelessly to help anyone at risk from financial hardship through adversity to security and this involves practical assistance as well as emotional support.
We are incredibly grateful to everyone who donates towards our work and would like to work in partnership with both individuals and organisations in order to expand our reach.
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Thank you to every single person, student, school, faith group, community group, small business and local enterprise who has taken the time to find out what we do, and decided to support us. Together we know that we can end homelessness.
In the meantime, we can remind a person who is having a challenging time that people care.
Our Advice Hub is not fully funded.
Our grant from the Lottery does not cover the full cost of this is vital service, and we urgently need support from local businesses to keep this provision open.
If you can offer support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a discussion
Food, toiletries, clean socks and underwear are just a few of the things most of us take for granted. For those facing adversity, these can be a luxury. A small token of your kindness and generosity can make a huge difference to someone seeking our support
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We are looking for volunteers to help us deliver our vital service. If you are interested in giving your time, please get in contact.
People who move into our accommodation receive a basic welcome pack, including kitchen items and bedding.
A regular donation from you could make a place to stay feel more like home.
Contact us for a supporters pack to find out more.
Recent times have shown that Anyone Can Become Homeless
Our support is needed more than ever, but we cannot end homelessness alone.
We are committed to support people through adversity to security. Are you willing to support us to do this?
Support and advice on money management, tenancy management, and evictions
52 rooms in 14 houses across Ipswich, available via Suffolk County Council
Monday to Saturday our advice hub offers free and confidential support and advice to anyone who is at risk of becoming homeless, or is already living witht he experience of homelessness.
We here to listen, advise and support you to make the right choices for you.
ihAg staff recognise the affects of homelessness as trauma. We are here to remind people of what they are able to achieve, and support them to find the best solutions for their needs.
Any support you are able to offer, whether it be a regular monetary donation, food or clothes at Christmas, organising sponsored events through the year, or giving your time, makes a world of difference to people who are facing adversity.
By supporting ihAg, you are remidning mpeople whose world is falling apart that they are not alone. And there is hope.