On Friday 8 September, Sir David Amess attended the Crisis’s Home for All Launch to hear more about their new campaign.
Crisis, the national charity for homelessness, work directly with thousands of homeless people every year by providing vital help so that people can rebuild their lives and are supported out of homelessness. The Home for All campaign calls for a new approach to ending homelessness. This means a renewed strategy that prioritises housing and giving people the support they need to keep a home.
Following his attendance to the launch, Sir David said “I was delighted to attend the Parliamentary event today and learn more about Crisis’ new campaign to help end homelessness across the nation. They provide vital support for thousands of homeless people every year, helping many to rebuild their lives. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to Crisis who continue to work tirelessly in their commitment to end rough sleeping".