Proud of Promoting Choice and Control Since 2008

Covid-19 Update: With the latest lockdown, most of the Support Groups are closed, some are using online support.  Please refer to your Support Group for further information.

Before the television shows…before the clinical criteria…when there seemed to be no support…we have been here to help!    Established in 2008, as a not-for profit organisation, HoardingUK is now the UK National Charity supporting people impacted by hoarding behaviour.


Exhibition Consultation & Crowdfund

Hoarding in this time of global isolation (Covid 19) is aspiring to have the voices, creativity and talent of those people impacted by hoarding behaviour.  We welcome submissions from people affected by hoarding behaviour, (people who hoard, friends, family, neighbours and professionals).

Talks About Hoarding

Instrumental Health is a documentary series that explores mental health connections with music, poetry, nature, work and children and young people. It aims to normalise the conversation around mental health by making the links between activities and interests in everyday life and mental health and has been nominated for has been nominated for a Mind Media Award. The series also hopes to encourage people to consider other ways of achieving positive mental wellbeing and learn something new about what it’s like living with a mental health problem. 

HoardingUK is Proud to be a Pilotlight Partner Charity

Pilotlight helps ambitious charities and social enterprises thrive by harnessing the skills of business leaders. The Pilotlight Programme coaches leaders of charities and social enterprises to develop their business skills, strengthen their organisation and increase its impact.

HoardingUK is Proud of
its Award Nominations


20 Jan 2021

Choice and Control in Hoarding Behaviour

Virtual : Zoom

20% off for Members

8 Feb 2021

Hoarding Awareness for Emergency & Front-Line Services

Virtual : Zoom

17 March 2021

National Hoarding Conference-Hoarding Beyond Covid 19


30 April 2021

Self-Neglect & Adult Safeguarding

Virtual Conference   10% discount Quote: hcuk10spkr

Date TBC

LGBT+ Support Group and Professional Training Programme

Location: Walthamstow, London

Our Experts

What We Offer

National Free & Confidential Helpline

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In-Home Support Programme

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National Hoarding Conference and Roadshow

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Individual Remote Advocacy

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Support Helpline
020 3239 1600

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Training, Community Talks, Media & other Awareness Raising Activities

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What They Say

“Very inspiring training. Wonderful. Thank you very much, HoardingUK are doing fantastic work.”

“I really enjoyed the training and the openness; knowledge and passion brought the topic to life.”

“The trainer’s knowledge and sensitivity to the subject was much appreciated.”

“I now have a clearer more understandable insight into hoarding. I will definitely reflect on this training day for many years to come.”

“I feel I can take on the world.”

“I am excited to take what I have learnt to help develop our organisation’s protocol with hoarding.”

“I will certainly be using the HoardingUK website for more information”.

“Training was very informative and provided us with a lot of skills and knowledge. Expectations where exceeded”.

“Probably the most interesting training course I have ever attended. My knowledge of hoarding has gone from zero to 10 in one day, just fantastic."

“I found it inspiring and insightful and the passion from the trainer was tangible.”

“Excellent course needs to be spread wider in communities and organisations.”

The goal of HoardingUK is to empower organisations, not to be the hub of the wheel.  
All our training and services are designed to impact practice, improve outcomes and allow organisations to take expertise in-house.

For further information about HoardingUK training, please contact us.


020 3239 1600








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Gratefully funded by

Garfield Weston Foundation