End furniture poverty is the campaigning and research arm of a group of 100% not-for-profit charities that have been providing furniture to people experiencing furniture poverty for over 30 years. The website has a welfare assistance finder for people seeking furniture and an excellent collection of original research that makes the case as to why social landlords should furnish homes. It’s a great starting point for practitioners in making a case for furnished tenancies. There’s also guidance on what action you can do to help, from donating furniture to campaigning for change. Let’s move beyond short-term pilots to making a furnished home the norm in social housing.
Do check out the website and the resources https://endfurniturepoverty.org