• £8000 to St Martin of Tours – for equipment in a unit for homeless and vulnerable youths aged 16 to 17 who need some level of mental health support, the unit offering temporary housing and on-site assistance with future training for employment; for equipment in a short-stay housing project in Islington for young teenage mothers, many of whom have little or no support from ex-partners or families; for further equipment for short-stay crisis homes for young women aged 16-17 who are sleeping rough as a consequence of escaping sexual abuse, often from near relatives
• £5000 to New Horizon Youth Centre – to provide food for the Centre (which provides shelter and hostel accommodation) and also equipment for a new music project, to engage and motivate vulnerable young people found on streets around Kings Cross and other areas of central London
• £1500 to Centrepoint for their Berwick Street Shelter in Central London, to train volunteers who offer short-term shelter and hot food to homeless young people