No One Turned Away is calling for every homeless person who approaches their council to get the help they need.
Homeless people in England can be turned away with little or no help by councils if they are not considered a 'priority', even though they have nowhere else to stay.
The Homelessness Reduction Bill, tabled by Conservative MP Bob Blackman and supported by politicians of all parties, aims to change that.
Thanks in large part to action by thousands of campaigners, the bill passed the House of Commons on Friday 27 January. Before it becomes law it still has to be passed in the House of Lords.