A drop-in centre that provides support and assistance to homeless people has been given a £5,000 boost.
The Camrose Centre, in Church Square, was given the funds by the Atomic Weapons Establishment.
The centre is managed by charity Basingstoke Voluntary Action, and offers users advice on housing, employment and training, as well as a hot lunch.
BVA chief executive Stephen Morgan said: “AWE’s generous donation to the Camrose Centre is absolutely fantastic.
“The donation will go a long way to provide essential services to people in the borough who are sleeping rough or are vulnerably housed.
“It will help secure the future of the Camrose Centre in our community, so we’d like to thank everyone at AWE for their support.”
Philippa Kent, AWE’s community engagement manager, said: “BVA do a fantastic job not only supporting charity projects directly, but also representing charities effectively and ensuring that the many people who do not have a voice are heard and taken into account.
“We are delighted that this money will go towards helping some of the most vulnerable people in our community.”