At Llamau they believe that no young person or vulnerable woman should ever have to experience homelessness. Their mission is to eradicate homelessness for young people and vulnerable women. But for thousands of the most vulnerable people in Wales, homelessness is a frightening reality.
30 years ago Llamau was founded to provide homeless teenagers with a safe place to stay. Since then, we have supported over 67,000 young people, women and their children who are either homeless or facing homelessness.
Our ultimate goal is to see the disadvantaged people with whom we work restored to full independence as valued members of the community. We work with young people, women and children across Wales facing complex and challenging issues, helping to prevent homelessness, provide safe accommodation and support people to leave homelessness behind for good.
The funding from LandAid will be used for the renovation and re organisation of 4 Supported Accommodation project houses in Cardiff to create open plan kitchen-dining spaces, attractive outside areas and self-contained 1-bed flats.