Thank you for taking your first step to supporting CRASH…

We are CRASH, the construction industry’s charity and we believe that sometimes you need a different approach to make the most impact.

At CRASH we harness the construction industry’s professional expertise and products to offer our practical support, helping homelessness charities and hospices with their buildings.

Together we construct places that care for people.

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“Getting involved with CRASH makes a difference to your business. People recognise your company is serious about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), giving something back to the communities in which you work and making a difference in the world in which we all live. It also makes your organisation one that people are proud to work for. One that does more than just its job.”

Alan Brookes

Global Chief Operating Officer at Arcadis

“Our partnership with CRASH provides AECOM with a unique opportunity to volunteer our construction sector knowledge and technical skills to make a really positive contribution to local communities. There are many special things about volunteering but for me, it’s the opportunity to bring the best of our sector’s skills to projects needed by hospices or homeless shelters which otherwise might not be able to access them – it’s amazing what the industry can achieve when it comes together through CRASH.”

Richard Whitehead

Chief Executive – Global Buildings & Places at AECOM

Proud to have the loyal support of our Corporate Patrons

Our Work

Our application process is open all year round to help homelessness and hospice organisations navigate vital construction projects.

Children’s Hospice can now help more children and their families

Homelessness charity offers ‘meaningful privacy’ and independence for residents

Hospices North Yorkshire

CRASH helps North Yorkshire Hospice meet local community’s needs

Homelessness London

Team effort transforms London day centre for people who are homeless