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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Discover how volunteers help at WHC, explore current opportunities and information and log in or register to volunteer


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Support Us

Donate goods, request a speaker, find out about giving, fundraising 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

  • Job Vacancies at Wycombe Homeless Connection

    We are looking for two dedicated, conscientious and collaborative individuals to help us fight homelessness.  We have vacancies for a support worker and an advice and advocacy worker: if you have the skills and strengths that lend themselves to these positions, and if you want to be part of a charity that helps around 500 people every year – then please apply! Read more

  • Wycombe Homeless Connection appoints communications officer

    WHC announces the appointment of Seng Pin Lee as full-time communications officer for the charity Read more

  • Raise sponsorship and get match funding while walking through Windsor Great Park for WHC!

    The Charity Walk for Peace, run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, will take place on the morning of Sunday 29th April in the beautiful surroundings of Windsor Great Park. This is a chance for WHC supporters to raise sponsorship for WHC, and crucially the organisers will match-fund the proceeds for WHC up to £2,000. Those taking part must register by 21st April. Read more

  • Wycombe Wanderers’ Michael Harriman to become ambassador for WHC

    Wycombe Wanderers defender Michael Harriman recently announced that he and his wife would become charity ambassadors for WHC. Their visit to WHC’s two main activities confirmed their desire to get more involved. Read more