Nerdy Pub Quiz

To celebrate Stonewall Housings 33 Birthday, we are having a fundraising pub quiz!

We're having a fundraiser “Nerdy Pub Quiz” to raise funds for some of the LGBTQ+ young people in our supported housing to attend next year’s Accumul8 photography project.  

So what is so Nerdy about this Nerdy Pub Quiz?? What we mean is that you need to really know about, love and be obsessed by all things futuristic and sci-fi on film and telly, and that is related to Star Trek, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Tolkein or Doctor Who.

The Stonewall Housing Nerdy Quiz Fundraiser is on 18th October, and is at Doggets Coat and Badge, the lovely pub just by Blackfriars Bridge. You can enter individually or in a team of 5 people and you can book your place here

Not a big sci-fi fan? Don't worry!  Come and join us for a great night out with lots of great prizes, such as:

For second place, there are the following prizes for the team:

There will also be a raffle which will include:

Posted on 11 October 2016 by

Category youth LGBT housing supported housing

Join Our Team

We are currently looking for an experienced project worker to provide support and resettlement to young LGBT+ people.

Ideally you will have experience within a supported housing setting, providing structured support for a vulnerable client group; and an interest in youth and community work. An understanding of the issues affecting young LGBT+ people is essential.  The post will run for 3 months with the possibility of a further 3 month extension and requires an immediate start. 


Salary £22,677-£25,184 (including ILW) (20 – 24)


Closing date: 12pm Monday  17th October 2016

Interviews: 24th October

If you would like an informal discussion about any of these posts please call 020 7359 6242 quoting the appropriate reference code.

Stonewall Housing provides 30 days annual leave, flexible working hours and operates a work-life balance policy for staff, and an employee assistance programme.Stonewall Housing is committed to Equal Opportunities in all areas of our work.

Download an application pack here:

application pack-copy-1.pdf

SHO Application Form Oct 16 v-copy-1.2.doc

Equal opportunities monitoring form v2-copy-1.doc


Posted on 20 June 2016 by Hamish McDonald

Category youth LGBT housing supported housing

Save your Services

London Councils are currently looking into whether the grants programme should could continue past 2017 and if so what it's priorities are. We are calling on our communities to help save our service

Thanks to London Councils funding Stonewall Housing has worked in partnership with a range of other LGBT organisations working with thousands of LGBT people across London to help them live happier, healthier and safer lives.

Our current partners under London Councils include:

Stonewall Housing


Albert Kennedy Trust


Broken Rainbow 

LGBT Switchboard 

London Councils is a key, important funder of services for LGBT Londoners. Without funding from London Councils, these vital and life-saving services for LGBT Londoners will not continue.

London Councils are currently deciding whether to continue their grants programme past 2017, and if so where cuts could be made.

Please can you respond to the consultation and help us to fight for the continuation of your LGBT services

services. It will take about 30 minutes to register and complete.
Closing date is next Friday 02.10.15.

Ways to help:

1. complete this 3 min survey  Deadline is Friday 2nd October at 10.AM

2.If you have time complete the full survery see below, this option will take about 30 mins. 

Your support will help secure future funding for LGBT people who have been through a dreadful experience..

Thank you for your support in protecting London’s LGBT services. 

We have created template with the answer that can be cut and pasted into the online survey. Feel free to adapt this to something that suits you.



LINK Visit London Councils site to complete


Please join us in campaigning to save our services. 

Posted on 28 September 2015 by Bob Green

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Stonewall Housing Suppoted Housing Officer Cat Haldane recently wrote a blog for Lesbians North London. You can read it all here -

Posted on 20 February 2014 by Hamish McDonald

Category youth LGBT housing supported housing

Celebrating living with Stonewall Housing #SH30/25

Celebrating 30 years of providing safe spaces for young LGBT people.

"Stonewall Housing has six houses in London supporting young lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people and we have really appreciated Diane Abbott and Lynne Featherstone taking the time to visit our accommodation in their constituencies during our 30th anniversary year. Despite recent legal achievements for the LGBT* communities, the numbers approaching us because of family breakdown, harassment and domestic abuse is increasing. Thanks to funding from Hackney, Haringey, Islington and Newham Councils our housing offers young people who often have no family support, safe housing with support to achieve their full potential." (Bob Green, CEO)

"For most of our young LGBT* clients, being with Stonewall Housing not only represents the security of a safe space but also an opportunity to restart their lives and achieve a stable grounding in life-skills. Many have been deprived of a loving affirmative family or community. Many have suffered from sustained emotional, physical and psychological abuse. Some have been targeted and victimized. All have been denied safe shelter. By supporting clients to reframe their lives and reconnect with their own resources we see them increasing their own access to life-sustaining choices. By receiving consistent, guided support a client’s engagement with their life reboots. Our clients are more confidently able to regain access to education, apprenticeships and volunteering, and negotiate employment. Within the LGBT* affirmative environment that SH provides, clients report and demonstrate a greater capacity for peer-to-peer support and community engagement. This is perhaps their one opportunity to install a robust sense of self-determination, drive and direction, to become the authentic adults (citizens) they are meant to be." (Alex Kylen, Operations Manager)

(We recently wrote about one of our clients, Karine, being shortlisted for The Prince's Trust & Samsung Celebrate Success Awards, supported by Evening Standard. Karine's story is simply the latest success experienced by SH clients.)

Check out the links below for information of Lynne Featherstone's visit to one of our houses, where she met with staff and clients

This is number 25 in a series of 30: Stonewall Housing at 30.



Posted on 2 December 2013 by Hamish McDonald

Category supported housing

Stonewall Housing client nominated for Prince's Trust award

Karine Harris is one of nine young people from across London who have been shortlisted for a prestigious award.


Karine has been nominated for The Prince’s Trust & Samsung Celebrate Success Awards, supported by Evening Standard, to be held 21 November at the Emirates Stadium.  

Read her inspiring story here. 

Posted on 21 November 2013 by Hamish McDonald

Category supported housing

Who we support #SH30/17

Last year, we supported 21 young people to find secure accommodation.

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 This is number 17 in a series of 30: Stonewall Housing at 30.

Posted on 9 September 2013 by Bob Green

Category supported housing

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