Crowdfunding the long and short term
needs of homeless people

Support a homeless person or support a new person every month

Give directly to homeless people in your community

We work with our charity partners to make sure donations are spent wisely and effectively.

See the difference you've made

A Little Change donors receive updates on the progress of the people they have donated to.

Since October 2017
homeless people supported
total donations raised

Meet someone you can support


Kieth is in his late 20s and has been in supported housing for two and a half years. The owner of the property has given him notice and he has now been homeless for a week. He has a criminal re...

£60.00 raised
£0.00 to go
Fully funded


Alex was taken into hospital in the south-west as he had issues with both his eyes and kidneys which needed to be operated on. Once he recovered he traveled up to London for training and constructi...

£89.65 raised
£0.00 to go
Fully funded


"I was forced to leave my home because it was too dangerous and I have been sleeping rough on and off for 1 year. I am now receiving help from WLM Seymour Place to get into accommodation and I am a...

£81.50 raised
£0.00 to go
Fully funded

How it works

A homeless person joins A Little Change

Professionals at our charity partners help set up a person who is homeless with a crowdfunding profile. They work together to identify what the person needs.

This could be an everyday need like a bus pass or something more significant like help with a deposit for accomodation.

You make a difference

People like you donate to the homeless person's campaign.

Donors receive updates on their progress and how their donations have made a difference.

Time for A Little Change

Cashless society

Over half of all transactions in the UK are now cashless and this is increasing year on year.

Giving well

Thoughtful givers worry about how someone struggling with homelessness could spend their donation.

Homelessness is increasing

Homelessness has doubled since 2010 and is expected to keep increasing.

It is estimated that 170,000 people are homeless in London of whom 8000 are sleeping rough.

Are you ready to help a homeless person
get back on their feet?