Charity shop manager wins Lifetime Achievement Award from the Directory for Social Change
Our CEO, Graham Marshall looks back over his time at SCT from the early days when first volunteered with us back in the 1970s.
Some recent press coverage in local and national media.
Watch some short films about our work on SCT's new Youtube channel.
Martin, a New Hanbury student, tells us his recovery story.
A cold snap makes our Drop in manager Gary, declare an urgent need for sleeping bags.
This month, our award-winning Shoreditch social enterprise coffee shop, Paper & Cup, will be opening every Wednesday evening for people in recovery from drug, alcohol and other addictions.
Jay speaks about his recovery with SCT
The New Hanbury's annual art exhibition sold over half the exhibits
Joel researches, produces and sells new blend of tea for SCT
An afternoon of fun for the dogs and dog lovers in our Shoreditch community.
An art student is finding his own style with a little help from the New Hanbury Project
A lovely write up from one of our New Hanbury Project students.
Johnny, one of our key workers at Acorn House, shares his understanding of alcoholism and recovery
We have 3 vacancies in our exciting social enterprises
“Their experience of building a social enterprise together has been transformational” says the editor of Drink and Drugs News (DDN) in her introduction to this month's feature on SCT’s social enterprises. Read the full story on page 7 of DDN.
Katherine Crosskey joins Acorn House residents to find out more about recovery.
Our social enterprise YourTime is painting a new set of Tossed salad bars all over the City.
SCT was proud to receive a visit today from Meg Hillier, Member of Parliament for Hackney South and Shoreditch.
We have 4 vacancies to fill.