Our legal advice and homelessness prevention work helped 1,740 people and 600 families last year.
But we can’t keep doing it without your help.
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The average cost of helping a family at our Merseyside service is £58.
Our expert advisers give free legal advice and try to stop people becoming homeless in the first place. We also resettle homeless families, and run a drop-in self-help service for people with a wide range of housing problems.
But with rents high and affordable homes in short supply, we’re having to help more people than ever before.
That’s why we need to raise £34,762 to keep our Merseyside service open and helping people near you.
We simply can’t do it without your help.