Can you help homeless people feel good?

We're looking for masseuses, beauticians, dentists and other volunteers to join our Feel Good Day for homeless people on Saturday 8th July (11-3.30pm).Read more

Demand for our services is more in need than ever

Here are the latest stats from WHC, and sadly, they don't suggest homelessness is going away any time soon.Read more

Support Worker Vacancy at Wycombe Homeless Connection

We are looking for a dedicated, conscientious and collaborative person to help us fight homelessness. If you have the skills and strengths that lend themselves to this position, and if you want to be part of a charity that helps around 500 people every year – then please apply!Read more

Wycombe council 'not informed' when receiving homeless Londoners

Homeless people from London boroughs are relocated to High Wycombe – without informing Wycombe council of the move.Read more

Rough sleeping in High Wycombe is even more present now than it was in 2016

857: that's the number of bed nights our 2017 shelter provided. Find out more shelter stats in this news snippet.Read more

Providing more support than ever

The numbers are in for the last quarter of 2016. People were looking for more help than ever.Read more

WHC is ten years old!

During the course of 2017, WHC will be marking ten years since the charity was founded with a series of special events. To open the year, the charity is delighted to announce that Countess Howe has become the charity’s first patron.Read more

Over 100 braved the elements at the WHC Big Sleepout 2016

Wycombe Homeless Connection hosted its annual Big Sleepout on November the 18th in Wycombe and Marlow to raise vital funds for its ongoing work.Read more

Biffa's Big Sleepout

Biffa's snoring success raised £3,409 for WHC!Read more

Mayor Councillor Zia Ahmed runs for Wycombe Homeless Connection

The Mayor of High Wycombe took the last leg at the 24-hour relay organised by Handy Cross Runners, accompanied by his deputy, Councillor Maz Hussain.Read more