We're committed to spending your donations wisely to support homeless young people and women in Wales. 

Last year we spent almost 92p in every £1 on direct services for homeless young people and women in Wales. 

In 2016 and 2017, we supported 8,669 young people, women and children to leave homelessness behind.

We understand that ending homelessness isn’t as simple as putting a roof over someone’s head. Our preventative services help the young people and vulnerable women we support to build the confidence and skills required to break the cycle of homelessness and move forward into independent lives.

The service we provide simply isn’t possible without all the individuals, businesses and organisations who choose to support us.

Our annual Impact Report outlines more about how our services are delivered, as well as the ways we raise and spend our money. 

Impact Report

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Legislation requires Llamau to publish a report on our gender pay gap. The first report uses data at a snapshot date of 5th April 2017. 

We have completed the exercise to calculate our figures using the process prescribed under the Equality Act. The results gave Llamau a gender pay gap of 8.1% in favour of women which is against the national trend in favour of men. 

This does not mean that women are paid a higher rate than men for completing the same task. This is reflective of Llamau having a higher proportion of female colleagues and a larger number of women in more senior roles. 

Gender Pay Gap Report