Author archive for Jessica Turtle

  • Nov232020

    Dying Homeless Project Coalition & Death Cafe Events

    The Museum of Homelessness is forming the Dying Homeless Project Coalition, bringing together individuals, groups and organisations with a new series of meetings and events.

    Read more
  • Nov192020

    Survey findings – homelessness and death

    Thanks to everyone who took our survey on homelessness and death.  MoH would like to thank everyone who took part…

    Read more
  • Oct312020

    Street Museum Postponed

    In non-lockdown times, Streetmuseum happens between 12noon and 2pm at Highbury Corner.

    Read more
  • Oct162020

    Homeless Deaths and Hostels – BBC Piece

    Earlier this year MoH revealed that 677 people who were homeless sadly passed away in 2019 with nearly 40% of…

    Read more
  • Oct062020

    Winter Survival Stockpile on World Homeless Day

    This World Homeless Day – 10.10.20 – the UK’s only grassroots COVID-19 homeless taskforce is taking action. Find out more.

    Read more
  • Oct052020

    The Dying Homeless Project

    Click here to visit our national memorial project to remember those who have died homeless in the UK.

    Read more
  • Sep162020

    New team!

    We are very pleased to welcome two new freelancers to MoH community to work with co-founders Matt and Jess Turtle…

    Read more
  • Sep082020

    Streetmuseum Every Week on Thursdays

    Until we get our own building, you can find us on the street.
    This week, we are launching our Streetmuseum on Highbury Corner between 12noon and 2pm. Come and join us. Streetmuseum this will include displays, hospitality and conversation.

    Read more
  • Jul272020

    Freelance Project Coordinator Brief – Dying Homeless Project

    MoH is recruiting for a freelance project co-ordinator with excellent research skills to join the team from September 2020 to April 2021 to support delivery of the award winning Dying Homeless Project.

    Read more
  • Jun302020

    Thank you to our Lockdown Legends!

    On 28th June Museum of Homelessness and Streets Kitchen wound up our COVID-19 #HomelessTaskforce lockdown operation.
    From a borrowed community centre, the Popham Homeless Taskforce hub, our volunteers dispatched 8956 hot nutritious meals and care packs across Islington and Camden over a 13 week period.
    This work is not over, but this is the end of one phase and we are reflecting with gratitude before we move to the next stage. This really was a WHOLE community effort and we would like to thank all the lockdown legends who contributed, click here to read about them

    Read more

To make our website work well we store little bits of information on your computer called cookies. Read our cookie policy to find out more.
Subscribe to Our Newsletter