AMAT UK is grateful for the support we receive from individuals and organisations that enable us to continue the vital work we do with homeless people.
If you want to support us in providing accommodation and rebuilding lives please scroll down to discover the different kinds of help we need. Everyone can make a difference to helping vulnerable and homeless people – no action or donation is too small!
We are particularly grateful to the following funders who have supported our work since 2014: Homeless Link, The National Lottery Community Fund, Garfield Weston Foundation, Kent Community Foundation, Arts Council of England, People’s Postcode Trust, Clothworkers’ Foundation, Edward Gostling Foundation, Nationwide Foundation, L & Q Foundation, CAF Resilience Fund, amongst others.
BECOME A SUPPORTER
For further detail on how to help via donations of time, money, or items, please click on the buttons below.
If you would like to donate much needed household items to support our residents back to successfully living independently, you can do this directly via our Amazon Wishlist – these items enable our residents to set-up their new home with day-to-day essentials most of us take for granted.
If you’re an Amazon Customer, please consider selecting us to receive donations from eligible purchases via Amazon Smile – where Amazon automatically donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to your chosen charity.
ORGANISATIONS OR BUSINESSES
AMAT UK, and in particular the 411 HUB, is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the people. We are interested in collaborating with services that could assist and benefit the homeless community. If you believe your organisation falls under this category, or to discuss collaborative opportunities and how we can work together to make a difference in people’s lives, please contact the HUB manager, Sean Stratton:
Telephone 08006981000 ext. 138
AMAT UK offers a range of different support for homeless individuals in Chatham. People can eat, while getting support for Hepatitis C, and of course housing all at the same time.