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The Nightstop MK team are looking to get more volunteers on board. They particularly need hosts, drivers, chaperones and ambassadors to help 16-25 year olds who find themselves facing or already experiencing homelessness.

Nightstop MK offers emergency accommodation to young people facing homelessness. This accommodation is in the homes of trained and vetted volunteers, who are supported by professional staff 24/7.

The community-focused approach provides a safe and welcoming environment for guests. This is usually a more beneficial environment for young people than traditional homeless shelters and emergency accommodation.

The national Nightstop Network comprises of over 30 services across the UK and is run by the national homelessness charity Depaul UK. Hosts come from all walks of life.


Nightstop in Milton Keynes relies on the generosity of volunteer hosts and drivers. The hosts offer their spare bedrooms on a night-by-night basis and receive expenses payments to cover the additional cost of having another person in the house. The drivers collect the guests from an arranged location and take them to their accommodation for the night. You can find out more information about becoming a Nightstop volunteer here and contact the Nightstop MK team using the details below.

If you would like to learn more about volunteering opportunities with Nightstop then give the Milton Keynes team a phone call or send them an email. They are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, excluding bank holidays.

Telephone: 0330 555 0180


Facebook: @DepaulMiltonKeynes

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