Housing First Anglesey

Fun day raises money for life-changing trips on Anglesey

On 25 August 2018, our Housing First project and the Anglesey community came together for a charity fun day. Hosted at Amlwch Port, the jam-packed fun day was made up of interactive games such as egg and spoon races, apple bobbing and sponge throwing, a bake sale and a raffle. The Wallich staff and volunteers […]Read more


Free Will writing service launched for September 2018

What will your legacy be? The Wallich has launched a Free Wills Month for September 2018 in the hope of inspiring generous individuals to provide a brighter future for people experiencing homelessness. We’ve teamed up with four well-known Welsh solicitors to offer you the chance to make or update your Will – free of charge. […]Read more

PSPO Homeless Commercial Street Newport Wales

The Wallich response: Amendments to existing Newport City Centre PSPO

A homelessness charity’s response to Newport City Council’s proposed amendment to its existing Public Space Protection Order – a PSPO. The amendment would introduce a 10m ban on begging around cash points. We support the view that, if aggressive or intimidating begging is causing distress or harm to the public, then it should be challenged […]Read more


We’ve moved! Newport services get new city-centre location

On Thursday 28 June, The Wallich and Jayne Bryant AM, the representative for Newport West, cut the ribbon to a new drop-in centre for people experiencing homelessness. The launch event was well-attended by representatives from partner agencies, the council, Gwent police, local business leaders as well as Assembly Members. You can now find our specialist […]Read more

The Wallich homelessness Street Fleet

New homelessness Street Fleet to launch in May 2018

Attend the launch of The Wallich’s new Street Fleet on Wednesday 16 May in Cardiff Bay. Thanks to the success of the 2017 Reaching Out to Rough Sleepers Winter campaign, we have been able to purchase five brand new vehicles for our Rough Sleepers’ Intervention Teams across Wales.  The campaign, in partnership with the South […]Read more

admiral graduates help homeless

Admiral Graduates raise more than £12,000 for The Wallich

Admiral Graduates have sported their fundraising skills and recruited their generous colleagues to help The Wallich prevent homelessness. In 2017, the Admiral Graduates set themselves a goal of raising £10,000 for The Wallich. They have since announced that they smashed their initial target, raising a whopping £12,890. The dynamic team used a number of innovative […]Read more

Employment training ex-offenders

External evaluator needed for The Wallich BOSS project

Call for expressions of interest in evaluation of The Wallich’s BOSS project (Building Opportunities Skills and Success) The BOSS project aims to re-integrate ex-offenders into their communities by giving them the skills, qualifications, confidence and support they need to gain employment or set up their own business. BOSS provides employability and entrepreneurship training to ex-offenders […]Read more


Could you be a Trustee for The Wallich?

We need Trustees to help us get people off the streets, keep people off the streets and create opportunities for people. It’s a great opportunity to obtain Board experience, while helping a cause you care about. Our Board of Trustees help us to operate legally as a charity, oversee our governance and serve as a […]Read more