Thames Reach join Prince William’s homelessness project ‘Homewards’
We are proud to be invited as an expert partner for the new Homewards initiative, aiming to end homelessness
On Monday, Thames Reach Area Director, Isobel McKenna, was included in a roundtable with HRH Prince William to discuss the homelessness crisis, launching the Prince and Princess of Wales’ Homewards initiative. The delivery and impact of the project will include: National Expert Panel (for credibility and expertise), Activators (for resources and investment), Sector Partners (for learning and knowledge), and Advocates (for profile and reach).
Lambeth is one of Homewards’ six flagship locations, and due to our partnership work in the borough supporting people experiencing homelessness, we are an invited member of the Lambeth coalition, and will lend our expertise to the five-year project, details of which will be revealed in due course. Various organisations across the private and public sectors, as well as people with lived experience, come together with the shared mission of ending homelessness. We support this collaborative effort, with its goal of making the experience of homelessness “rare, brief, and unrepeated.”
We are honoured to be part of this exciting project, and look forward to sharing progress throughout the five-year process.