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Enfield Voluntary Action is known as EVA. We help people & groups access knowledge, skills & resources to make a difference in our Borough.

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How can we support people at risk of becoming homeless? Funding Opportunities

Voluntary Sector Homelessness Network | 26th November 2019

10am - 1pm | Includes Funding Workshop

London Borough of  Enfield has one of London's largest private rented sectors and the highest eviction rate in the capital by a wide margin, with 34 evictions per every 1,000 renting households (compared to 28 per 1,000 in the second highest borough: Brent). 31% of Enfield's workers do not earn a living wage, 9 percentage points higher than the London average. 24,200 households in Enfield have been affected by cuts to Council Tax Support – the average cut has been £290. Source | Trust for London

Homelessness can come about for many reasons - for example, relationship breakdown, redundancy, poor mental health, alcohol/substance addiction, domestic abuse. Source | Streets of London

* Required

Date | 26th November

Time | 10am -1pm

Venue | Community House, 311 Fore Street, N9 0PZ


  • Funding opportunities for homelessness projects

  • Workshop | How to write a good funding application.

  • Facilitated discussions |

         Causes of homelessness.

         What you can do to prevent people becoming homeless.

  • How your organisation can get support for your idea.

  • Connect Well Enfield


Free of charge. Funded by Enfield council