The latest news and blogs from End Furniture Poverty.
How can people on low-incomes buy essential items without stacking up mountains of debt? Here we try to shine a light on affordable sources of credit.
End Furniture Poverty’s takeaways from the Reuse Network’s ‘Back to the Future’ themed 2019 conference.
Reflections from ‘From Poverty to Prosperity’, a one day conference organised by the Inclusive Growth Analysis Unit at the University of Manchester and Greater Manchester Poverty Action.
What is poverty? Here we examine what poverty is and explain the different definitions of poverty - as well as the limitations of using these measures.
End Furniture Poverty looks at the viability of using only preloved furniture to furnish a Housing First scheme.
As poverty is on the rise across the UK, housing organisations face a choice about whether they want to offer tenants a house, or a home.
Housing First could radically alter the UK’s approach to homelessness - but it needs to include furniture to be truly successful.
What are the items of furniture that everyone welcoming a baby into the world needs? We want to find out - but we need your help!
Is television a necessity or a luxury? We’ve included it in our Essential Items list - here’s why…
What is Furniture? Not a trick question - but a fundamental one to the End Furniture Poverty campaign
The first in a series of blogs exploring the fundamentals of Furniture Poverty, this blog explores what Furniture Poverty is, what it looks like and how it can be measured.
An update on our Beds for Kids 2018 campaign - find out how many local families we were able to help!
End Furniture Poverty’s article for Greater Manchester Poverty Action’s report into the poverty premium across Greater Manchester
What are the items that a household needs to escape Furniture Poverty? We launched a consultation to find out. The results are in…
End Furniture Poverty takes a look at Our House, an ethical rent-to-own store aimed at bringing responsible lending and fair interest rates to the high street rent-to-own market.
Download End Furniture Poverty's briefings on the policy context and advice for shared accommodation provision for under-35s.
End Furniture Poverty speaks to Bournville Village Trust to find out how furniture is changing the lives of young people.
This month End Furniture Poverty will be launching its End Furniture Poverty Supporters scheme to assemble a broad coalition that will help us to work to End Furniture Poverty.
End Furniture Poverty campaign launched to raise awareness of and tackle Furniture Poverty