The Labour Campaign To End Homelessness (LCEH) is chaired by Cllr Sam Stopp and is run jointly with Labour activists, Lucie Hill-Hempstead and Ryan Maynes.

The campaign has a simple aim: to end homelessness.

We are a nationwide network of Labour activists who are determined to get out on to the streets and hand out supplies to those who need them most – the homeless.

With homelessness soaring across the UK, we are mindful that the policies causing this crisis will not be reversed until Labour returns to power. So we are asking for Labour’s next general election manifesto to contain a specific pledge to end homelessness.

If you are a Labour Party member or supporter and you share our simple aim, please get in touch. We are an inclusive campaign team and we welcome your support.

Please email to find out more.