02476 345583Working with Homeless Young People in Warwickshire
A young person volunteered to share his story of homelessness for our film project to dispel myths and raise awareness. Read more
Youth homelessness is a reality and is happening in your area Read more
Doorway Nuneaton Drop in is open to young people Monday – Friday 10 am - 4 pm for advice and support.
Are you homeless or at risk of being homeless, click here to get help now
The Doorway Jobwise employment programme began in 2014 and has helped hundreds of young people to access employment, training and education.
Volunteers play a key role at Doorway in supporting vulnerable young people. There are various volunteer roles but mainly working in our Nuneaton Drop in Centre and being the first point of contact for our young people. We are also looking for volunteers to undertake admin duties and fundraising events, so please get in touch.
There are many different ways to raise money for Doorway, here are a few suggestions and some of the things our amazing supporters have done previously to raise vital funds.
of drink or drugs, but I became homeless when I lost both parents" Read more
Lucy was forced to leave her family home because of relationship breakdown. Lucy had a traumatic upbringing, she self-harmed regularly and in desperation she attempted suicide. Read more
Arthur Kelly 5k run for Doorway Read more
Thank you to the Mayor Chris Watkins and Lee, Demi and Brandon for bravely doing the Sky Dive and everyone who donated. You can still donate until the end of May. Read more
Please help support Doorway by shopping online.
Every time you shop, you’ll raise a free donation for Doorway every time, it’s that easy! Read more
We now have a Borough Lottery page!
Support Doorway and other good causes and win prizes of up to £25,000! Read more