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Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity
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Our campaign to has been cranking up the pressure on high street letting agent – with Shelter supporters playing a key role. Thanks to your actions we've had a welcome breakthrough...
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Thank you, Belle.
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Replying to @RatRitz @kkstuart
OK, good luck and get in touch when you can. Sam @ Shelter
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Replying to @uandiplc
Incredible work, thank you so much! Love the photos too 😃
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Replying to @kkstuart @RatRitz
Hello, you can reach our expert housing advisers online via webchat, by phone and by appointment. Get help here: Sam @ Shelter
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This week, celebrated the launch of the second edition of the . A BIG Shelter thank you to Levitt Bernstein for donating 50% of the books' first year’s royalties to us. You can get your copy here:
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Shelter 11h
Our Director of Campaigns has also written to the CEO of to raise our concerns and to ask for a full clarification on their buy-to-let mortgage terms.
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Landlord has been told by her bank to 'seek an alternative tenant' if they want to keep their mortgage, just because her tenant received benefits. Sign her petition calling on to :
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However we always want to fundraise in the most warm and welcoming way possible, so we will pass your feedback on to our Head of Fundraising. Thanks, Talulah @ Shelter
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Hi Kerry, we're so sorry if we disrupted your evening. We work within national fundraising guidelines set by , which mean we can operate at this time.
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And please don't hesitate to call 999 or visit your local A&E if you do feel at immediate risk of harming yourself or others. The most important thing to remember again is that you're not alone. Please get in touch with us or the organisations listed, and we can help.
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The Mind website also has information, as well as a list of contact details for other organisations that may be able to offer you support and other services. You can find out more here:
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You can also call the Samaritans for free on 116123, for a friendly ear and someone to chat through everything with. They're wonderful and will handle anything you tell them with the utmost confidence.
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Hi Terry - I'm so sorry to hear about your situation. You're not alone - please do get in touch with us immediately for advice (free from mobiles, landlines and payphones, or you can use our online chat): .
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Replying to @LithaR @BENEFITS_NEWS
And please don't hesitate to call 999 or visit your local A&E if you do feel at immediate risk of harming yourself or others. The most important thing to remember again is that you're not alone. Please get in touch with us or the organisations listed, and we can help.
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Replying to @LithaR @BENEFITS_NEWS
The Mind website also has information about suicidal feelings, as well as a list of contact details for other organisations that may be able to offer you support or a listening ear. You can find out more here: .
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Replying to @LithaR @BENEFITS_NEWS
You can also call the Samaritans for free on 116123 for free, for a friendly ear and someone to chat through everything with. They're wonderful and will handle anything you tell them with the utmost confidence.
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Replying to @LithaR @BENEFITS_NEWS
Hi Litha - I'm so sorry you're feeling this way. You're not alone - please get in touch with us immediately for advice (free from mobiles, landlines and payphones, or you can use our online chat): .
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Finally, if you ever think a rough sleeper needs urgent care, please don't hesitate to call 999.
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If he can get access to a payphone, mobile or landline, he can also call us for free: 0808 800 4444. Our expert housing advisers can guide them on his rights around eligibility for help with housing, finding temporary accommodation and much more.
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