This winter, we want to provide survival kits packed with essential items that will keep homeless people warm and protected against the bitter weather.
We sat down with Ally to talk about some of her contributions to SCT over the past six years.
Sit on of our social enterprise products at the Tate.
We have places to fill on the SCT abseil or half marathon.
“Fifteen months ago I wouldn’t have believed that it was possible to be free of using anything whatsoever. My life was ruled by drink and drugs, plus other substances.” Randolph.
SCT's gardening course for people in recovery from addictions has been selected for the Tesco Bags of Help scheme. Make your vote count at local stores shown on our map.
Grace's inspiring story: a young care leaver now in recovery, she's just beat 100s of other students to win a midwifery placement at a leading London hospital.
A couple of years ago, we noticed a spike in the number of women coming to our homeless drop-in so we began trialling some women-only sessions.
We're very proud to be recognised by the Foodism 100 ethical food awards!
Lee Mannion reports on our social enterprise and answers the question: How to stay sober: sell funky furniture to London's hipsters