Step by Step join the End Youth Homelessness Partnership

  • 29 June 2018

Step by Step are the latest charity to join End Youth Homelessness (EYH), a national movement to end youth homelessness in the UK that was founded in 2010 by EYH charity Centrepoint, after its patron, HRH the Duke of Cambridge, challenged the charity to end youth homelessness.

This partnership brings together local charities to tackle youth homelessness on a national scale and Step by Step are proud to become their partner covering the South region.

Each EYH charity works in its own way to meet the needs of local young people; all sharing a belief in giving homeless young people the opportunity to turn their lives around; build high aspirations and move on to successful and independent lives.

This partnership will provide Step by Step with a national platform to raise awareness, share experience and generate vital voluntary income to support and enhance the services we provide to young people. Ben Harman, CEO of Step by Step, said

“We are excited to be joining a movement that works directly with over 26,000 young people who are amongst the most deprived in the UK. We are always ambitious to do more for the young people we support, and with EYH’s partnership approach, we are sure the range and depth of services we will be able to provide for vulnerable young people will increase.”

You can find more about the work of EYH by visiting their website -