Every £1 you give will now be doubled with matched funding!

This Christmas, we anticipate a considerable surge in homelessness as the economic consequences of COVID-19 truly take effect.

We are stepping up our preventative housing response, expanding our housing and homelessness prevention teams to make sure that people susceptible to homelessness don’t face eviction.

We’re also bringing new, affordable homes online to meet the need for accessible living options and ensure homes for all who need them during and beyond COVID-19, so no one is left behind.

Sam, 20, is now living in Aspire’s supported housing after becoming homeless during COVID-19. Explore the difference that moving into supported accommodation has made for him:


Now is our chance to bring a long-term solution to Oxfordshire’s homelessness and housing crisis, for people, like Sam, at risk of facing life on the streets without support.

But we can’t do this alone - and we need your support more than ever.  

You can make a single donation to help us make a positive difference today - or a regular donation, so we can sustain our work towards ending homelessness in Oxfordshire for the long-term.

With matched funding confirmed from a private donor for £10,000, every £1 you give will now be doubled!

Donate to Aspire's Christmas Appeal

Make a regular donation to Aspire


What your donation could achieve:

  • £5 could provide a phone top-up for an individual to stay in contact with their loved ones and support services

  • £10 could provide hot food, drink and a warm welcome for someone who is homeless, using Aspire's winter night shelter in severe weather

  • £18 could provide an employment support session for a formerly homeless person

  • £20 could provide personal bedding for someone who is homeless, using Aspire's winter night shelter in severe weather

  • £50 could provide a work uniform for one of our trainees - or one home-starter kit for someone moving into new accommodation

  • £220 could provide needs assessments for 10 people at risk of eviction

  • £1,300 could provide long-term housing and employment support for 10 people affected by COVID-19