EYH Cymru Campaign Every year, more than 7,000 young people under the age of 25 in Wales ask for help with homelessness. This is in addition to the many more who don’t know where to turn or ask for help. We believe that no young person should have to experience homelessness. With your support, we can End Youth Homelessness in Wales for good. End Youth Homelessness Cymru is funded by Sir Halley Stewart Trust, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Welsh Government. Home About the campaign Get Involved LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness Helpline Appeal Research Get Involved We believe that no young person should experience homelessness, but we can't end youth homelessness in Wales alone. Your support is vital and really can make a huge difference. Here are just a few ways that you can support the campaign today. 1. Spread the message with your friends and family and by having conversations on social media - help us to challenge people's views on youth homelessness and think carefully about the language you use when talking about homelessness. 2. Challenge your local councillors and Assembly Members to get involved and offer their support. We can only end youth homelessness if we all work together and their support is vital. 3. Donate. Everyone deserves a home and a future. Llamau relies on donations to support young people who are homeless in Wales right now. Your donation can change lives today. 4. Become a workplace or school ambassador - have conversations with your colleagues or classmates and let them know what is happening with the campaign. You can also work with your colleagues to fundraise for us. 5. Make sure you know what help is available for young people who are homeless or who are at risk of becoming homeless, so that you can help the people you know if they ever need support. 6. Businesses can help by joining our conversation on homelessness, and supporting financially or through work placements for young people who are often furthest away from employment. You can find more information on how businesses can support the campaign here.