20 Years of South East Simon Community

Over the last twenty years we’ve seen first-hand what home means to people.

A foundation. A future. A place to call home.

A sense of place.

We’ve also seen first-hand the impact on people who have nowhere to call home.

Instability. Insecurity. Feeling lost.

Little to hope for.

If we’ve learned anything over the last twenty years, it’s the power of community.

The wider community here in the South East stepped-up time and again to offer hope.

Together, we stepped-in to make sure people knew they weren’t alone.

We walked with people, step-by-step, until they felt part of their local community – in a place they could finally call home.

Twenty years of helping people find their way home.

The faces here - there'll be 20 in all by the end of the year, represent the thousands of people over the last 20 years who have made South East Simon Community what it is today: a community of people that cares about homelessness, cares about the men and women experiencing homelessness and cares about what their community stands for.

A community of people believing in people.

What does 'home' mean to you...