Llamau’s response to the latest release of homelessness figures in Wales

24 August 2016
Llamau welcomes the publication of the most recent statistics on homelessness applications to local authorities across Wales. The data provided shows a radically new way of recording of outcomes for people who access support for housing, this is vital to ensure that local authorities are held to account for their decisions and to better record outcomes. We welcome the depth and... Read More

SYMF Celebrations at the Senedd!

21 July 2016
Last Thursday saw a wonderful celebration event for partners and participants of the Symud Ymlaen / Moving Forward programme at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. Over 60 individuals, including assembly members, partner staff, employers and young people taking part in the programme attended the lunchtime event, which marked the success so far of the partnership project, and to draw attention to... Read More

EYH Cymru included in UK-wide list of ‘New Radicals’

11 July 2016
End Youth Homelessness Cymru is delighted to announce that it has been included in a prestigious UK-wide list of “50 New Radicals,” for its recent work to ban the use of bed and breakfasts for homeless young people. The list, which is published biannually by the Observer, celebrates the top people, projects and organisations offering innovative ways to tackle social challenges. The... Read More

Bridgend business hosts an evening of auction and entertainment, raising thousands for Llamau

05 July 2016
The family firm, Jehu Group, raised £2,955.85 for Wales’ homeless as part of the company’s commitment to supporting local communities and charities. The group hosted a fundraising band night and auction at Rafters Bar in Bridgend RFC, which saw key names from the construction industry come together in support of homeless young people across the country. Nicola Pamplin, Domestic Abuse... Read More

Massive Excitement for Beyonce Concert!

01 July 2016
The young people and women that Llamau supports were thrilled to receive complimentary tickets to the recent Beyoncé Concert at the Principality Stadium!   Over 50 Llamau service users were able to watch the concert at the stadium, the latest in Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour, courtesy of the Principality Building Society, which has committed to supporting Llamau for the next three years! A... Read More

Thousands Raised for Llamau at Illustrating Homelessness

20 May 2016
On Monday, May 16th, a cavalcade of celebrity drawings were auctioned for Wales’ leading homelessness charity, Llamau, celebrating 30 years of helping the most vulnerable in Wales. Over 150 people attended the very special art auction, which took place at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium and was hosted by the inimitable Paul Fosh, of Paul Fosh Auctions, Newport. Llamau staff and supporters had... Read More

Helping John to make a fresh start

25 April 2016
John is just 21 and spent many years in the care system when he was younger. He has major issues with trusting authority figures, very little support from his family, has developed a mental health condition and finds it extremely difficult to accept help. John hates talking about his past and opening up about his feelings. John was referred to Llamau... Read More

Sue runs London Marathon for Llamau!

25 April 2016
A massive congratulations to Llamau’s very own Sue Gershenson, who’s recovering after running the gruelling 26.2 miles of the London Marathon! Sue, who leads Llamau’s Monitoring and Evaluation Team, has been in training for the marathon for the past year after securing a place for the prestigious race, joining 40,000 other runners around the streets of the capital. Over the past year,... Read More

Welsh Assembly Elections - Hustings 2016

22 April 2016
Young people and women supported by Llamau had the opportunity to grill political candidates last week at a special hustings sessions organised at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. Candidates from the Labour Party, Green Party and Plaid Cymru attended to answer questions from the audience, asking about their parties’ plans for Wales during the next assembly term after this year’s elections on... Read More

Llamau releases its manifesto for Election 2016

18 April 2016
In the run up to this year's elections to the National Assembly of Wales on May 5th, Llamau has released its manfesto, calling on everyone elected to work towards improving outcomes for and the wellbeing of the homeless young people and vulnerable women we work with. You can download a copy of the manifesto here.... Read More

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‘ Llamau’s work has been identified as a ‘model of good practice’’
Cardiff University Housing MSc research project, entitled ‘Social Inclusion: Myth or Reality’
‘ As an organisation Llamau is approximately 12–24 months ahead of most other advice providers.’
Quality Mark Review