Triple A Campaign (Part 3): Long-term support

Triple A Campaign (Part 3): Long-term support

Watch Part 3 of our awareness campaign as we delve into the complexities of homelessness and why resolving the crisis is not as simple as putting someone in a flat. Sean from London recently moved into temporary accommodation and explains how his 18 years on the streets has effected how he will react when he has his own home. In case you missed Part 1 of our campaign, click here to learn about Sean’s background. For Part 2 on ‘Life on the Streets’, click here. Why would someone return to the streets?There is an important transition which takes place from living on the streets for decades to living alone in a flat. Homeless people form communities and routines. However, when someone is placed in a flat, their lifestyle is suddenly altered.Loneliness is the most common factor for someone returning to the streets; it is safe and familiar. Four walls may seem like the most sensible option to anyone who hasn’t lived on the streets, but for many it is confining and terrifying....

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1st May 2018
Triple A Campaign (Part 2): Life on the Streets
We are exploring the attitudes of the public towards homelessness. In Part 2 of our campaign, Sean shares some his experiences from the 18 y...
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9th Apr 2018
Triple A Campaign (Part 1): Meet Sean
We are delighted to announce that Sean, mid-30s, has chosen to take part in our Triple A Campaign to help us raise awareness of the issues s...
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9th Mar 2018
What is the Triple A Campaign? Meet the homeless success stories
Over 2018, The Fine & Country Foundation will give a rare insight into the lives of two people in London who have experienced different...
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28th Feb 2018
The Fine & Country Foundation celebrates its best year yet
It has been a busy and exciting year for the Foundation, with fundraising events of all shapes and sizes taking place in the UK and abroad....
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19th Feb 2018
2018 Pledge List: our largest ever
From mud runs to sleeping rough, Fine & Country agents have pledged to go even further and raise even more money for the homeless in 201...
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18th Feb 2018
Highlights from the annual Fine & Country conference
Fine & Country’s annual conference was a spectacular event on Friday 2nd February. More than 200 Fine & Country agents made their wa...
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5th Feb 2018
About Us
The Fine & Country Foundation was established in the summer of 2014 to help combat homelessness. Malcolm Lindley, Founder of The Fine &a...
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16th Nov 2017
Ongoing support for Hope4
Here we look at the valuable work carried out by Hope4 which receives monthly donations from Fine & Country Rugby and support through fu...
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13th Nov 2017
Successes so far: 2017
2017 has been an incredible year so far, with events of every shape and size raising money to fight against the root causes of homelessness....
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6th Aug 2017
Facts and Figures
In 2017 we raised £133,632.36. We aim to raise £1,000,000 by December 2018 by engaging our network and the public. In order to do this, we h...
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3rd May 2017
Where do your donations go?
Each office that takes parts in or organises their own event has the option of choosing a homeless charity to donate to. Many offices know t...
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3rd May 2017

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