Monthly Archives: January 2015

Woolly Hat Day eggs

Hats off to our supporters

Tomorrow is our annual Woolly Hat Day. Our CEO Howard Sinclair talks about why he hopes orange hats will be worn across the country. Read more

Jan 29th | Howard Sinclair | Events, Key people, Volunteering
Denmark

Our trip to Copenhagen

Our Bricks & Mortar project recently received a grant from the European Union and went on a five day trip to Copenhagen to visit various projects in Denmark’s capital. They were accompanied by a group of staff and volunteers from Putting Down Roots and Arlington House. John Gani, Bricks & Mortar Coordinator, explains more. Read more

Jan 27th | John Gani | Hostels, shelters & projects, Volunteering
David

New Year resolutions are to be broken?

David is a member of our client involvement group Outside In and has been using our psychotherapy service since May 2014. He discusses the challenge of sticking to resolutions and overcoming a fear of failure to move forward in life. Read more

Jan 21st | David | Guest blogs, Real life stories
Woolly Hat Day

Woolly Hat Day – two weeks to go!

Woolly Hat Day is just two weeks away. Our Assistant Head of Major Gifts, Emma Latham, explains what it’s all about and why you should get involved. Read more

Jan 16th | Emma Latham | Guest blogs, Key posts, Volunteering
Personalisation

Embedding personalisation in your organisation

La Toyah McAllister-Jones, our Personalisation Development Project Manager, explains what personalisation is and how we have implemented this in our work over the past year.  Read more

Jan 15th | La Toyah McAllister-Jones | Key people, Key posts
Yoga class

Carpe Diem (seize the day)

The Recovery College is an innovative project offering free courses to people who have experienced homelessness. Courses are designed and taught with, and by, our clients and everyone is welcome. Our client Yasi shares her experience of attending the College and inspires others to enrol.  Read more

Jan 12th | Yasi | Guest blogs, Hostels, shelters & projects, Real life stories
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New year’s resolutions – how can you keep yours?

January is a time for new starts, new challenges…and new year’s resolutions. We’ve had a look online at some of the most popular resolutions made (and broken) each year. Here are some top tips and experiences from our clients, staff and supporters to inspire you in 2015.  Read more

Jan 6th | Team | Hostels, shelters & projects, Real life stories

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