St Martin’s Frontline Network

Each year, St Martin-in-the-Fields Charity launches their BBC Radio 4 Christmas Appeal and this directly supports people through The Connection at St-Martin-in-the-Fields and across the UK through the Vicar’s Relief Fund and the Frontline Network. The Vicar’s Relief Fund helps homeless and vulnerably housed people through small-sum, rapid response grants to prevent eviction, access accommodation or set up home. Grants are given to individuals across the UK through frontline workers.

The Frontline Network exists to harness the ideas, energy and experience of those at the frontline working with homeless and vulnerably housed people, by building relationships, sharing best practice, developing solutions and communicating the experience and views of the frontline.

For the past year, Target Housing has been a Partner Organisation of St Martin’s Frontline Network, and has successfully renewed its partnership for 2017-2019 along with nine other national organisations across England, Scotland and Wales. Further information on the Frontline Network can be located at or

Going forward, Target Housing will be organising a number of events and activities to bring together and amplify the voice of frontline workers across their networks. For further information on the Network activities, please contact Sirea Jabar on

If you are a Frontline worker and would like to be a part of the frontline network fill out our membership form here.