It is only with the help of people like you that the Friends of the Connection can continue to support the work of The Connection at St Martin’s in helping homeless and disadvantaged people in central London to re-build their lives away from the streets.

Our recent Spring Appeal gave examples of how your money can help people re-build their lives. The Appeal was specifically aimed at helping people take steps on their journey to build a home.

£30 could provide a phone with credit in order to keep someone connected when they’re in their new place.
£50 could enable someone to buy their ID in order for them to move forwards.
£100 could cover the cost of items to make a house a home, such as bedding and kitchen utensils.
£150 could buy a tablet or laptop to enable someone to stay online from their new home.
£200 could provide a phone and credit for up to 10 people to keep them connected.

There are several ways you can donate and become a Friend; bank transfer, cheque, online donation or Standing Order. To donate online, please complete the form at the end of the page. If you donate by cheque or bank transfer please download, complete and return this form here to ‘Friends of the Connection’, 12 Adelaide Place, London WC2N 4HW or email

Bank Details
Sort Code: 40-02-08
Account No: 81331086

IBAN: GB39HBUK40020881331086

Standing Order
If you would like to become a Friend of The Connection and make a regular donation, please download here, complete and give this form to your bank.

Leave a gift in your will
Would you consider leaving the Friends a gift in your will? It can be a specific item, such as a piece of jewellery, a gift of a sum of money, or the residue of your estate after all bequests, legacies, debts, tax and costs have been met. However large or small, a gift can make a big difference to the life of a homeless person. For more information, please visit our legacy page.

Online Donation

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