Our partners

We are very grateful to our many partners for their support and collaboration.


NHS England

We receive project specific support from NHS England which is allowing us to develop new ELearning in 2021.

London Housing Foundation

The LNNM has received support from the London Housing Foundation for the last four years to enable the LNNM conference to be delivered cheaply. The LHF also provide us with essential operational costs.

Burdett Trust for Nursing

The group was recently in receipt of a Burdett Trust for Nursing small grant to develop the network, and reach out to more members, and also received funds to support the development of our outreach guidance.

London Homeless Health Programme

The group received financial support from the London Homeless Health Programme at the Healthy London Partnership to pay for certified CPD sessions and 3 funded Inclusion Health masters module places.

Royal College of Nursing

The group receives support from the Royal College of Nursing who currently provide meeting space free of charge, and also provide advice and support.



The group has greatly benefited from partnership with Groundswell in the production and organisation of our conferences and from input into our events.


Queens Nursing Institute Homeless Health Programme

The group also has close links with the Queens Nursing Institute Homeless Health Programme.


The Pathway charity recently partnered with us to enable us to receive the Burdett Trust for Nursing Award, and currently provides a care of address.

Hillsong London & Greenlight

The group has recently benefited from the provision of a very low cost conference venue by Hillsong, who also provide the Greenlight homeless outreach service.


Streetwise Opera & The Choir With No Name

The group would like to acknowledge the performances of Streetwise Opera and the Choir with No Name at its conferences which have been so inspirational.

Munch in Marylebone

Finally the group would like to acknowledge the input of ‘Munch in Marylebone’ – catering services provided by the Marylebone project which empowers homeless women towards independent living