End Youth Homelessness is a UK-wide network of local charities that have joined forces to tackle youth homelessness together. It provides a national platform to raise awareness, share experience and generate voluntary income. The funds we raise help our members to increase capacity, services and sustainability in extremely challenging times. Collectively, we house and support over 26,000 young people facing homelessness.
End Youth Homelessness's ‘Get Them to a Safe Place’ campaign won an internationally recognised 2017 D&AD award. End Youth Homelessness wanted to raise awareness of a serious dilemma 80,000 young people face in the UK: stay at home where you know you will be abused, or risk a life on the street where abuse is an everyday reality. We reflected the precarious position these young people are in with type led illustrations on the outside of buildings - the division between home and the street. The public soon became aware of an issue that was right on their doorstep and saw that by supporting End Youth Homelessness they could offer shelter for these young people. Creative was provided by Leo Burnett London.