We are currently recruiting coordinators, cooks and volunteers for our night shelters. Read more
More than 320 individuals slept outside at Duke of York Square to help keep community-based homeless shelters open to all. Read more
Can charities afford to be more environmentally friendly? Senior comms manager Melissa makes the case that imperfect progress is the way forward. Read more
Make a donation to help keep Glass Door's winter shelters open to all. To support an individual or a team, please donate on the participant's appeal page, which you can search for online.
If you would like to support someone who doesn't have a fundraising page or would like to support all taking part, please make a donation here. Read more
Glass Door partners with churches to give shelter and support, because no one should have to sleep on the streets of London.
If you or someone you know is facing homelessness, here's how we can help.
When Georgie started a new job, she was in debt and had nowhere to stay. Now she’s living in East London pursuing her career as a violinist.
Before turning to Glass Door, Annabel suffered from postnatal depression and addiction. Now she's staying at the newly-opened Pret House.
Marius became homeless after a robbery left him with nothing. With the support of Glass Door and others, he's returned to "a normal life".
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8 October: Glass Door received the "community collaboration" award at the inaugural Chelsea Awards. Read more
3 October: Addiction isn't the cause of people dying while homeless, writes Chief Operating Officer Lucy Abraham. It's the lack of affordable housing and cuts to social services. Read more
23-24 November: The Philanthropunks are back with a two-day punk festival in aid of Glass Door. Read more
1 March 2020: Take on a stunning half marathon and run the streets of London while raising vital funds for Glass Door. Read more
16 August: Join the GD team and follow in the bike tracks of some of the world’s best cyclists. Read more