Our aim is to provide homeless people with support to transform their own lives. Each day we help up to 200 men and women.

The Passage runs London’s largest voluntary sector day centre for homeless and vulnerable people: Our eight-strong team of Outreach Workers makes contact, often late at night or early in the morning, with those sleeping rough in Victoria as they are bedding down or getting up each day.

Our 40-bed hostel, Passage House, was officially opened on 1 March 2000. Our 16 self-contained studio flats in Montfort House have staff support on site and specialise in helping very long term rough sleepers. We offer professional and appropriate advice and help according to the client’s needs and aspirations with the aim of supporting clients out of homelessness. Of the over £4 million a year it costs to keep The Passage going, only 40% is funded from statutory sources; the rest comes from donations from individuals, church organisations, charitable trusts and companies.

By remembering The Passage in your will, you will enable us to continue our mission of helping homeless and vulnerable people.

This case study is associated with the charity The Passage.

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