Our story

HomeLess Made is a social enterprise created by Barons Court Project - the only drop in centre in Hammersmith and Fulham to support people living with homelessness or with mental health conditions.

 

Our guests create art together at the centre, as a way of tackling isolation. Some of these artists' work was so beautiful, we decided to try selling it on greetings cards, and were overwhelmed by the response! HomeLess Made was born. 

 

What we do

HomeLess Made supports talented artists who are experiencing homelessness or mental health difficulties to help them make money from their artwork. Even selling one card can bring a huge boost of self-esteem, which empowers an artist to take the next step in pursuing a creative career. We work with artists to create commercial opportunities for their artwork and offer the support they need to create their art - including materials and a safe, quiet space to work. If you're an artist who'd love to work with us - then get in touch!

 

All profits made by HomeLess Made are split 50/50 between our artists and Barons Court Project. This empowers each artist to earn income for themselves, and raise funds for the services they use, and helps us ensure the sustainability of the HomeLess Made programme.

 

About Barons Court Project



HomeLess Made artists are part of the Barons Court Project family, and it means a lot to them to be able to support our project financially, as well as making their own income.

Watch the video above to find out more about how Barons Court Project supports the creativity of our guests - featuring HomeLess Made artist, Guan.
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