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Ideas Board

Ideas Board

We believe that frontline workers are in a unique position to identify solutions which take into account both the client’s need as well as the practicalities of service delivery. The ideas board is therefore an opportunity for you, as a frontline worker, to put forward an idea which you think will improve the situation for those facing homelessness or housing issues. 

The idea could be big or small – it could be just one small part of getting someone back on their feet, or it could be something more ambitious. For example, this might be an event, a piece of research, professional support or to test a new service.  We are looking for creative solutions, to test new ways of working or to release opportunities which might not normally be accessible.

We will fund ideas between £200 - £10,000! 

For guidance on submitting an idea, read our guide HERE



  • Your Ideas

    Your Ideas

  • In practice

    In practice

  • Have an Idea?

    Have an Idea?

  • Ideas Board

    To help make a house a home for under 35’s affected by welfare benefit changes by providing a starter pack of essential items for those who are mov...
    A Fresh Start will provide a ‘move in pack’ of basic supplies for people moving into emergency accommodation in the city, increasing tenancy sustai...
    To help prevent homelessness and enable other support needs to be met when clients leave rehab without an accommodation and prescribing plan.
    To improve independent living among young people, through raising awareness of street culture and its impact; developing workshops around healthy e...
    To create a service user self-funded pot of cash to access when moving on only for resettlement needs e.g. deposit / rent in advance.
    The aim is to increase young peoples involvement within the organisation and the wider community, in order to increase their support networks and i...
    To assist our service users to access the private rented sector and secure accommodation.
    To be able to make use of donated furniture to support clients moving into unfurnished accommodation. To make this sustainable on a longer term basis.
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