Friends raise funds for Glass Door watching paint dry

20 May 2018: South Wales Argus reports on friends watching paint dry instead of the royal wedding. Glass Door receives funds raised.Read more

Neil on BBC Radio London

19 March 2018: Senior caseworker Neil Parkinson discusses massive rise in rough sleeping, working homeless, rental market and more.Read more

Wired Magazine reviews "ProxyAddress" project

14 March 2018: Wired Magazine reviews a plan to reassign unused addresses so they can be used by homeless individuals to register for services. Glass Door weighs in.Read more

Glass Door and Chelsea Methodist Church Drop-in on BBC News

26 Feb 18: BBC News interview guests and volunteers on one of the coldest days of the year.Read more

BBC Radio 4: Dying on the Streets

13 Feb 2018: Godwin, who has sickle-cell anaemia and is a guest of Glass Door shelters, shared his story with BBC Radio 4 as part of the program about end of life care for individuals living on the street.Read more

London Diocese unites to tackle homelessness in the capital

25 Jan 2018: Church of England Newspaper covers the Diocese of London's winter appeal: Tackling Homelessness Together.Read more

London's largest emergency shelter prepares for winter

SW Londoner reports on Glass Door's work to support the growing number of individuals facing homelessness in London.Read more

Khalsa Primary pupils put together 'bags of warmth'

Dec 2017: Khalsa Primary pupils donated 100 "bags of warmth' to our homeless guests this Christmas.Read more

Barnes pub feeds Glass Door guests

12 Dec 2017: Red Lion Pub in Barnes donates stew after cancelled football match.Read more

Coverage in The Times

8 December 2017: "I still work, but it doesn't pay enough". Alan (51) has a biology degree from the University of Glasgow and works full-time as a teaching assistant. He is also a guest of the Glass Door shelters.Read more

Coverage in The Independent

4 Dec 2017: Man discusses becoming homeless aged 56 after breaking his back.Read more