Opening doors for hundreds of ‘most vulnerable’ during COVID-19

Nearly 900 of the most vulnerable and displaced people have found shelter during the Covid-19 crisis, thanks to emergency support from Cromwood and our partners.

Sourcing a wide range of properties from houses to hotels – and even a former RAF building – Cromwood has worked hard with the Home Office, local authorities and landlords across the country to secure more than 860 spaces for homeless families, rough sleepers and asylum seekers who have nowhere else to live.

“While many organisations have been forced to close their doors, Cromwood has worked to open up options for some of the most vulnerable people in our society during this global emergency,” said Moses Hirschler, Cromwood Group CEO.

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