Luton Town are proud to support Shelter’s No Home Kit campaign, which will see the Hatters wear their white 'Legends' kit at home against Bristol City tomorrow evening.
Access to a safe and secure home is what gives us all the foundation for a happy life. But for too many people, this basic human need is denied or under threat.
Homelessness has risen dramatically over the last decade. The pandemic has shown us the importance of having a safe home like never before – yet more than 180,000 households have been made homeless since March 2020.
During a tough winter, even more people could lose their homes. Shelter’s frontline services are working harder than ever to help people find and keep a home as we enter 2022.
The Hatters are therefore lending their full support to this campaign and will wear the white kit on Tuesday evening for Bristol City's visit Kenilworth Road, with the Robins also changing from their home kit in solidarity with Town and Shelter.
The Town’s ‘Legends’ shirt features the name of every season ticket holder who donated the refund to which they were entitled when the 2019-20 season was suspended, and was the kit the Hatters wore at Ashton Gate when the sides last met in September when Danny Hylton netted the injury-time equaliser.
How can you help?
Every 90 minutes, 25 households are made homeless.
Shelter and Luton Town are encouraging supporters to ditch their home shirt, and instead wear an away or third kit, in a powerful act of support and solidarity that were originally scheduled for the Boxing Day round of fixtures.
- Donate to Shelter and visit – shelter.org.uk/nohomekit
- Text ‘HOME’ to 70455 to donate £5 (texts costs your standard network rate + £5, and Shelter receive 100 per cent of your donation)