Winston Court Celebrates 21st Birthday

On Monday 10 th December our very first accommodation centre, Winston Court in North Walsham, celebrated turning 21 with a special event for staff and residents past and present, trustees and...

Record-breaking Norwich Sleep Out Raises over £30,000

On Thursday 15th November a record-breaking 146 people congregated at Norwich City Football Club to make this year’s annual Norwich Sleep Out the biggest yet! Through a combination of...

East Anglia Anchorage Trust set to merge with The Benjamin Foundation

Following a period of exploratory discussions, the Boards of Trustees of the East Anglia Anchorage Trust (EAAT) and The Benjamin Foundation have announced jointly that they are in the process...

Our Heart and Home Service Scoops a National Award!

We're delighted to announce that we have won a prestigious Guardian Public Service Award.     The awards, which are open to businesses, public sector organisations, voluntary...

We've been shortlisted for a Guardian Public Service Award!

Our ‘Heart and Home’ service caught the attention of judges for the Guardian Public Service Awards. Heart and Home form part of our work to prevent youth homelessness in Norfolk and Suffolk by...

Ipswich Gets Sleep out Fundraising off to a Great Start

Friday 2nd November saw 30 brave individuals, friends and colleagues brave the elements to spend one night sleeping outside in the heart of Ipswich to raise money for our charity. Having...

Harford Manor School Explore Homelessness

We were delighted to be invited to Harford Manor School last week to talk about the issue of homelessness. The school in Norwich supports children aged 3 to 19 years with complex needs....

Snugglesac Look Forward to a Season of Support

A big thank you to Snugglesac, who have chosen to support our charity from September to the end of 2018. Founder, Tina Goldsmith was keen to explore our work to prevent youth homelessness...

Heart and Home Host Day Brings Sun and Smiles

We want to end youth homelessness and we're tackling the problem locally by providing a home and support to over 100 vulnerable young adults every night. Our work keeps vulnerable young people...

An Inspiring Leaving Care Event in Suffolk

On Thursday 21st June, we were pleased to attend 'Opportunities Change Lives'.  This was a Leaving Care event held at Ipswich Town Football Club and organised by Suffolk County Council ...

By Your Side in West Norfolk

In February 2018 we were pleased to receive funding from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to deliver an outreach service for young people aged 16 to 24 in West...

Linden House: Investing in Young People

Funded by Norfolk County Council Children's Services, Linden House in Norwich provides a home and support for young people aged 16-18 years.  Staff are on duty 24 hours a day and...

Linden House: Investing In Young People

Funded by Norfolk County Council Children's Services, Linden House in Norwich provides a home and support for young people aged 16-18 years. Staff are on duty 24 hours a day and everyone has...

Heart and Home visit Ipswich Mosque

The team from our Heart and Home supported lodgings service were pleased to be invited to Ipswich Mosque last week to explain more about the service to the local Muslim community. ...

Your vote needed for Hopkins Homes Charity of the Year!

  We are encouraging Norfolk residents to vote for us in the Hopkins Homes Norfolk Charity Vote with the hope of securing an award of up to £7,000. The public is being asked to vote...

Butterfly Walk success at Sandringham

        On Sunday we held our main summer fundraising event, The Butterfly Walk, at Sandringham Country Park in West Norfolk. The event takes its name from our...

Calling All Local Landlords- please can you help us?

Do you have a three or four bed property in Stowmarket or Ipswich that you would like to rent? Do you have a three or four bed property in Stowmarket or Ipswich that you would like to...

Heart and Home cooked food!

   Heart and Home is our supported lodgings service. Many young homeless people, particularly 16 and 17 year olds, benefit far more from a home-like environment and the support...

Will you let 18-21 year olds lose their right to Housing Support?

On 3rd March the government introduced new legislation which restricts 18-21 year olds from claiming the housing element of Universal Credit (Housing Benefit). This will leave thousands of...

Behind the Scenes at The Benjamin Foundation

Come and see behind the scenes! We are giving our supporters the opportunity to see exactly how their involvement makes a difference to the lives of people across Norfolk and Suffolk....
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