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Lambeth Council Granted Stonewall Housing Inclusion Standard

Stonewall Housing is incredibly pleased to share that Lambeth is the first local authority to have been awarded our Inclusion Standard.

Stonewall Housing at Body Movements Festival

On Saturday 30th July 2022, Stonewall Housing joined the queer-led Body Movements – an electronic music and dance festival based in Hackney Wick that celebrates queer bodies and joy.

The Big Queer Give

Stonewall Housing & 93 Feet East Present THE BIG QUEER GIVE.

Hats off to Luv Jus

These new Luv Jus trucker hats are raising money for Stonewall Housing… with seven colours to choose from.

Allie the Ally takes on the London Marathon

Allie the Ally takes on the London Marathon – and we’re with her every step.

Introducing DARS

Our Domestic Abuse Resettlement Service (DARS) will enable us to support LGBTQ+ people who have fled abuse and work to ensure they get settled and established in their new homes.

House of Stonewall Champion Linda Riley on LGBTQ+ Inclusive Housing for Older People

Linda Riley shares her thoughts on LGBTQ+ inclusive housing for older people, and Stonewall Housing’s new Over 50s service.

“50 years of Pride” for the National Housing Federation

New blog penned by our very own Tina Wathern just landed on the National Housing Federation website.

You can read about it here.

Launch of Monzo Charity Partners

New feature just launched on Monzo!

For any Monzo users out there, you’ll find Stonewall Housing on the brand new ‘Donate to charity’ feature on your homepage.

Introducing our NEW Live Chat service

With Pride Month coming to an end, Stonewall Housing is celebrating its history and excited about future developments, launching its new web chat service on the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots of 1969.

Meet our Brand New Trustees

Our new Trustees are all determined to ensure Stonewall Housing continues to be the leading LGBTQ+ homelessness organisation in the UK.

LGBTQ+ Refugee Panel 2022

For this year’s World Refugee Day, on 20th June 2022 we brought together a panel of experts to highlight the real experiences of LGBTQ+ people claiming asylum in the UK.