Tackling homelessness in Liverpool 

Clear Futures supported Liverpool’s leading homeless and housing charity during Christmas 2023 with 52 hours of volunteering and a £1200 cash donation. 

Volunteers from Clear Futures along with Seddon and Robertson Construction (Tier 1 Supply Chain Partners) came together to support the charity’s Donation and Essential Items Provision Service. Donning Christmas hats and impersonating Santa’s little helpers, volunteers rolled up their sleeves to unload and sort incoming donations, put together food parcels and create household starter packs.  

Clear Futures’ partnership with Liverpool City Council addresses the long-term needs of the area through strategic support, project development and delivering meaningful social value activities that will have a long-term impact. 

Giving our support to the Whitechapel Centre enables them to support over 4,300 people who were experiencing homelessness, help over 2000 of these people into the right accommodation for their needs, and prevent over 1700 individuals from becoming homeless through advice and interventions. 

52 hours
Cash donation
Social value add

Volunteers are essential to The Whitechapel Centre. They are the lifeblood of our organisation. We certainly couldn’t support the communities we serve without them. We would like to thank Seddon, Robertson and Clear Futures for volunteering their time today and for their much-needed manpower on the run up to the Christmas holidays.

Ruth McCaughley, Fundraising Manager, The Whitechapel Centre