Social landlords evicted over 900 households in Wales last year, including 500 children
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We can’t end homelessness in Wales without your support
We help thousands of people every year who are struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and we campaign hard to prevent it in the first place.
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Homelessness can happen to anyone. You can help us to provide a crucial lifeline for people across Wales who are at risk of losing their homes.
‘Take Notice’ gives people who have experienced homelessness support and leads a positive change in the way that housing services are planned.
For 35 years, our work has helped over half a million people
People are at the heart of our work. We continue to be driven by our founding belief that everyone in Wales has the right to a decent, secure home.
The Board of Trustees is Shelter Cymru’s governing body. Our Presidents are Bryn Terfel, Rebecca Evans and Cerys Matthews.