At Wycombe Homeless Connection, we believe that every homeless individual in High Wycombe has worth and should have the chance of a fresh start, no matter what their situation.

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If you are homeless or facing eviction, learn how WHC can help you


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Donate goods; request a speaker; find out about giving, fundraising and how WHC uses money; and learn how individuals, churches, schools, companies, grant-givers and other groups can help WHC


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Help people rebuild their lives by supporting the work of WHC financially


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Latest news

  • An Inspiring Recovery From Heroin Addiction and Homelessness

    We received a letter from someone who spent time in our night shelter at the beginning of this year. He spent his first nights with us in agony from heroin withdrawal, but he's now in recovery and even sent us a photo of him and his son. Read more

  • This Photo Will Break Your Heart

    This photo breaks our hearts because no one should be sleeping on the streets of High Wycombe. No one should have to stuff their bedding, which consists of a dirty sheet and a sleeping bag, behind a wall. No one's bedside table should be a bin. And charities like Wycombe Homeless Connection shouldn't have to exist. Read more

  • Can You Spare A Sleeping Bag?

    The last thing we want to offer someone that comes to us for help is a sleeping bag, because no one in High Wycombe should have to sleep on the streets. Nonetheless, we are urgently appealing for donations of portable, lightweight, mummy-style sleeping bags as demand is currently so high that we've been run almost entirely out of stock. Read more

  • Help Us Break The Cycle Of Homelessness

    Are you an avid cyclist? Or do you simply own a bike and want to put an end to homelessness? You can help us by signing up for the Marlow Red Kite Ride on Sunday 1st September 2019! Read more