Will You Join Us In The Fight Against Homelessness?

High Wycombe is facing extremely high levels of rough sleeping, but our local community has come together to put an end to the crisis. There are loads of ways you can get involved in tackling homelessness in High Wycombe, from organising a fundraiser at your school or workplace to raising sponsorship while you climb Mount Snowdon. Email [email protected] with your ideas and we'll give you our full support. Will you join us in the fight against homelessness?Read more

The 2019 night shelter is open

The 2019 Wycombe Winter Night Shelter is openRead more

Acknowledging the help we received with the Dreams Big Sleepout 2018

We'd like to thanks the many groups and individuals that helped us stage the Dreams Big Sleepout 2018Read more

Wycombe Homeless Connection appoints communications officer

WHC announces the appointment of Sam Martin as full-time communications officer for the charityRead more

Wycombe Homeless Connection's Winter Night Shelter - Placement opportunity

We have a placement opportunity for people who want to be involved in running our Winter Night ShelterRead more

Wycombe Homeless Connection appoints support worker

WHC announces the appointment of Bee Lötter as full-time support worker to work alongside the team to advise and support people affected by homelessnessRead more

The government is planning to end rough sleeping by 2027

Many housing and homelessness organisations including WHC recognise the new strategy is a positive step forward, but it is just a beginningRead more

Homeless people in High Wycombe are now able to be seen by a local GP

WHC has been working with a number of relevant agencies aiming to improve the health of homeless peopleRead more

Wycombe Homeless Connection appoints advocacy worker

WHC is appointing an advocacy worker to help our clients understand their options and safeguard their rightsRead 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