We Must Act to End Homelessness Now.
If Not Now, Then When?
A Message from Frances Beecher, Chief Executive of Llamau
This year has probably been one of the most challenging for anyone reading this, and it has undoubtedly been the most challenging in Llamau’s history.
I don’t think any of us could have predicted just how much our lives would have been turned upside down in the last eight months, and everyone at Llamau has had to adapt quickly. I’ve always been both proud and inspired by my Llamau colleagues, but I’ve been in awe of the way my colleagues have reacted to the pandemic - putting the people we are privileged to support first and through their determination and dedication ensuring our front line and essential services were there when people desperately needed them.
Someone wiser than me said that the Pandemic has tested organisations’ culture, values and its people. This is so true and I’m so proud that Llamau has held firm and fast to our culture and values...
Homelessness isn’t inevitable and can be prevented. Read about our stories of preventing homelessness before it happens.
Everyone has a right to a safe home. Read about our stories of providing safe and secure homes for young people, women and children across Wales.
Support to move on
We support people to move on and leave homelessness behind for good.
The Covid 19 Pandemic has brought huge challenges but we have adapted our approach to make sure we are here for everyone who needs us.
Celebration & Thanks
We’re proud to be able to share stories of young people and women who are rebuilding their lives and give a huge thanks to those that have helped us along the way.