End Youth Homelessness is administered by Centrepoint. The charity was set-up in 2013 following a challenge from HRH Duke of Cambridge, Patron of Centrepoint, who wanted a national emphasis to end youth homelessness. Before End Youth Homelessness was established, there was no UK-wide organisation helping homeless young people.
End Youth Homelessness is a movement of eleven local charities. Collectively they support more than 30,000 young people (aged 16-25)each year. End Youth Homelessness helps its Member Charities collaborate to increase awareness, share experience and generate voluntary income to deliver services that transform the lives of homeless young people.
End Youth Homelessness is a charity administered by Centrepoint and registered in England and Wales (Registered Charity No. 292411). End Youth Homelessness also work with Focus Ireland who are the delivery partner for the Republic of Ireland (Registered Charity No. CHY 7220).