Giving a Home: Selma’s story

Giving a Home: Selma’s story

Freezing cold, hunger and often horrendous levels of abuse; homelessness is a devastating experience. Now, in Lockdown 3, many of the vital services that are relied upon have been removed and for those with poor mental health – a cause and consequence of homelessness...
Over 80 years supporting homeless young people

Over 80 years supporting homeless young people

No.3, Elizabeth House and The Foyer – three of Oasis Community Housing’s key projects – are celebrating 80 collective years of supporting young mums facing homelessness, and homeless young people. “What a year it’s been, but what an achievement for our...
The Foyer: Duncan’s story

The Foyer: Duncan’s story

Based in Croydon, south London, The Foyer provides accommodation and training for young people aged 16-25 who have become homeless. The Foyer’s vision is to raise young people’s beliefs in their future, draw out their talents and aspirations, engage them in positive...
No.3: ‘They literally saved my life’

No.3: ‘They literally saved my life’

No.3 in Peckham, south London, was Oasis’ first housing project – founded in 1990 by Baptist minister Steve Chalke MBE, as support for young people experiencing homelessness in London on their journey to independent living. Here Princess and Sophie share how No.3...