As OCF welcomes the official launch of Oxford Homeless Movement this week on World Homeless Day, we highlight the difference personal experience can make.
We have set up a Knowledge Hub on our website to allow easy access to our Insights and other research reports we think will be of interest for you to read.
Oxford Homeless Movement is a partnership of public, private and charitable organisations with the vision that nobody should have to sleep rough on our streets. By working together, the partnership aims to help people off the streets and keep them off the streets. A brand new website is now live!
The recent tragic deaths in Oxford have saddened everyone involved in the homeless sector and beyond. They come as the City Conversation partnership on rough sleeping becomes Oxford Homeless Movement, with a vision to ensure that nobody should have to sleep rough on our streets.
Tampon Tax funding reaches Oxfordshire as projects helping women and girls share £3.4 million of national grants
More than 400 local projects across the UK working with some of society’s most vulnerable women and girls have received a much-needed funding boost from their local community foundation.
OCF’s festive appeal to help homeless people in the city has received a brilliant public response, with £38,000 raised for Oxford Poverty Action Trust (OxPAT), to be matched pound for pound by OCF.
We wish all of our supporters and partners a very Happy New Year! Before we launch into 2019, we thought we’d do a quick round-up of the top ten highlights of last year…
Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year! Thank you so much for all your support in 2018 – without our hardworking volunteers, generous donors, expert grant applicants, and community-minded businesses and partners, we couldn’t do any of it.
OCF’s annual #GivingTuesday event was held last night at new social enterprise hub Makespace Oxford, where around 80 donors and supporters heard from beneficiaries of our work.
Oxford is celebrating one year since the new Westgate shopping centre opened in 2017. The charitable fund established to mark the opening has since made nearly £14,000 in grants to projects in the city.