S P O N S O R E D B Y
young people, women and children were supported to achieve their potential
people received housing-related support through our young people’s supported accommodation, floating support services or gender-specific accommodation
women plus their children were supported through Llamau’s Domestic Abuse refuges
young people who were homeless or at risk of becoming homeless received specialist advice and support
young people and women were supported into work, training and education through Learning 4 Life and Symud Ymlaen
young people took part in Healthy Relationships awareness sessions in schools
of people supported last year had improved mental / emotional health
of the women we supported had changed their perceptions of healthy intimate relationships
of people supported last year reduced or stopped self-harming
We think bigger than just putting a roof over someone’s head because we know it’ll take more than that to end homelessness. That’s why we focus our support across three key areas.
We work to prevent homelessness before it happens and not waiting until people reach crisis point before they get the support they need.
We provide homely and safe supported accommodation and refuges when people who become homeless need a platform to rebuild their lives.READ MORE HERE
We support people through their traumas and into sustainable education, training and employment, which allows them to move on from homelessness.
It’s thanks to the generous help we receive from donations, funders and public support that we can continue to work towards a Wales where no young person or woman has to be homeless.
We have been overwhelmed by the support we’ve received throughout the challenges of the pandemic. Whether you’ve joined one of our virtual fundraising events, run or cycled for us, or helped us through the company you work for, you have played your part in helping to create a world without homelessness. We cannot thank you enough!
The Edenstone Foundation is proud to sponsor Llamau’s Impact Report and to be helping to tackle homelessness. The Foundation receives a proportion of the proceeds of every home sold by the Magor-based Edenstone Group. Edenstone Group chairman Martin Taylor said: “Having a warm and safe place to call home is something many of us take for granted but there are many people who can only dream of having the safety and security of somewhere to live.
As a home builder we’re acutely aware of the wider issues around housing and homelessness, which is why we were keen to support Llamau’s vital work to prevent homelessness, provide safe and homely accommodation and ultimately eradicate homelessness in Wales. For our part, we’re helping to tackle the housing shortage by building more homes across South Wales and the South West of England.” There is a 70/30 split between private sale properties and affordable housing provided by the Edenstone Group. Private sale properties are available via Edenstone Homes and Bluebell Homes. Through Ashgrove Partnerships, the Groupworks with local authorities and registered social landlords to deliver much-needed affordable housing.
Find out more about the Edenstone Foundation via https://edenstonefoundation.com/ or for details about the Edenstone Group see https://edenstonegroup.com.