We believe that tough life events should be temporary and transitional and shouldn't ruin your chances of a bright future Read more
Are you going through a difficult time in your life such as homelessness, leaving care or leaving prison? Read more
We're looking for organisations to join us. Come and learn more about strength-based approaches to homelessness so we all deepen our broader understanding of what works. Read more
Hear what the people we work with told us they needed and how this changed our whole organisation and approach
Mayday’s innovative, personal transitions service, Mayday Inspire, is the first strength based model for people experiencing homelessness and those going through the toughest of life transitions
At the first meeting Ashley told us that his dream right now was to get clean, get a job and get a house. After eight years of unemployment the odds didn't look good, could Mayday really help him rediscover his spark for life?
Will you give the gift of a bright and positive future for people experiencing homelessness this Christmas?
Our Asset Coach Sarah Hughes FRSA explores how Mayday Inspire provides more than 'housing' for people going through homelessness and creates ‘homes’ rooted in connection and purpose. Read more
It isn't a rainy day, it's a climate change! We need local authorities to invest in person-centred and strength-based approaches to make homelessness a temporary transition period, rather than a life sentence. Read more
Anna Suswillo, one of our Asset Coaches in Oxford, has been interviewed by the Voluntary Voice of Oxford Times Read more