Here are links to some of the organisations who have helped us…
Astell Foundation is a Christian charity that seeks to relieve poverty amongst the street homeless of London, irrespective of gender, ethnicity or faith. Astell Foundation functions with a multi cultural staff and volunteer base.
Door of Hope:
Since 1998 Door of Hope has been quietly turning lives around in Reading, giving hope to broken men by nuturing them back to fullness of life.
Friends First, Brighton and Hove, encompasses a rough-sleepers drop-in, a long-stay supported house, an outreach and resettlement service, a social enterprise in the form of a rural market garden and a residential farmhouse with a traineeship.
Hope into Action:
Hope into Action provides houses for the homeless in partnership with local churches. We train and enable churches to engage with those living in the house, whilst providing the necessary professional support.
A leading provider of residential drug and alcohol recovery services, which help people to go on to leading non-dependent, positive lives. Have several supported housing projects that enable reintegration and relapse prevention.
Kings Arms Project:
A Christian registered charity working with the homeless in Bedford since 1989. Our main objective is to – ‘Restore dignity and self-worth to the homeless & disadvantaged in a way which encourages responsibility and choice’.
U-TURN Recovery Project:
U Turn Recovery Project is a Christian organisation providing supported accommodation in two houses for single homeless men who are serious about breaking their dependencies on alcohol, drugs, smoking, gambling and other compulsive behaviour.
Eastbourne Christian Agencies Network:
For many people, the picture of major deprivation may not sit easily with that of Eastbourne. But certain areas of the town are marked by serious deprivation in child poverty, education and income, and it is to address these that ECAN agencies exist.
Christian ministry for the homeless
Sanctuary Supported Living:
Supported living services help clients gain the confidence and life skills they need to realise their potential and build the foundations for independent living. KWT relates to the Eastbourne Sanctuary house.
The Matthew 25 Mission:
Volunteers at the Matthew 25 Mission aim to support people trying to rebuild broken lives, especially those with life-threatening addiction, loneliness, bereavement, unemployment, homelessness, offending and more.
Others who help us
For more than 50 years the Ashburnham Christian Trust has run Ashburnham Place as a Christian conference centre and prayer centre. Set in glorious East Sussex countryside this is an ideal venue for church groups, retreats, holidays and conferences.
Homeless Link is a national charity supporting people and organisations working directly with homeless people in England.