In 2016-17 10,407 women in Wales asked for help with homelessness. The causes of homelessness for women are different than those for men, and we believe specialist support should be provided for homeless women which recognises their unique issues and needs, and helps them to build the skills, resilience and confidence to live independently and purposefully in their communities.

This International Women's Day, we asked businesses and organisations to help us Press for Progress for women facing homelessness in Wales by taking part in #BEBOLD - raising funds and awareness for homeless women in Wales and celebrating the courage, resilience and strength of the amazing women we support everyday.

Among the local businesses and organisations taking part in the campaign on 8th March were Capital Law, Admiral, Hoop Recruitment, Sitka Recruitment, Conduit, miFuture, Archenfield and Public Health Wales.

See pictures from the day below.