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St-Martin-in-the-Fields Charity is supporting Homeless Link’s Annual Excellence Awards

St-Martin-in-the-Fields Charity is supporting Homeless Link’s Annual Excellence Awards

St-Martin-in-the-Fields Charity is supporting Homeless Link’s Annual Excellence Awards

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

St-Martin-in-the-Fields Charity is proud to be supporting Homeless Link’s Annual Excellence Awards this year by providing £3000 for each category winner to invest in staff wellbeing and/or learning and development. Apply now for Homeless Link's award scheme celebrating the best of the homelessness and supported housing sectors. 

How can my organisation apply?  

These awards are open exclusively to Homeless Link members, highlighting the innovative and impactful work of their members. To apply, fill out the application form here. Applications close at midday on Friday 10 May. 

This year's award categories recognise the wide range of services delivered by organisations to support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Categories include: 

  • Demonstrating impact 
  • Excellent support 
  • Innovative housing  
  • Successful partnerships  
  • Workforce development  

What will winners receive? 

The awards offer a fantastic opportunity to showcase your service's achievements and recognise your team's successes. For more information on how to become a member organisation, visit Homeless Link’s membership webpages. 

We are proud this year to be supporting the awards by providing £3000 for each category winner to invest in staff wellbeing and/or learning and development. Additionally, all winners will receive: 

  • A trophy and certificate to display in your organisation. 
  • A winner's logo for use on your website and in marketing materials. 
  • Support from our Communications team to help secure press coverage of your achievements, including a template press release. 
  • Promotion of your win on Homeless Link's social media channels, along with social media assets for your own channels. 
  • An offer for an interview about your project to be featured on the Homeless Link website and in our newsletters. 

"This accolade has not only elevated our reputation but has also secured funding for launching our Nutrition Project pilot." Providence Row, 2023 Winner 

Click here to apply. 

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