Spitalfields Crypt Trust

Luke Garth speaks out about homelessness at Christmas

As part of our winter campaign, SCT spoke with Luke Garth about his experiences with homelessness at Christmas. Luke was a contestant on The Bridge – which we watched as fans of woodwork and DIY (and reality TV). Speaking about his experiences as a child, Luke is raising…

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Last Christmas: John’s Story

This Christmas, more people than usual will find themselves struggling with addiction and homelessness for the first time. With your support, SCT can work towards making it their last Christmas facing such complex challenges and make next Christmas significantly easier.  As winter approaches each year, the cold weather means…

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SCT launches “Last Christmas” winter appeal

This Christmas, some people will find themselves struggling with addiction and homelessness for the first time. With your support, SCT can work towards making it their last Christmas facing such complex challenges, and make next Christmas significantly easier. As winter approaches each year, the cold weather means rough…

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SCT launches new collaboration with Ally Capellino

SCT has partnered with Shoreditch designer to launch an exclusive bag for SCT supporters. For as little as £12 a month, anyone can now become a Recovery Champion and receive a limited-edition Ally Capellino Recovery Tote bag hand printed by people in recovery from addiction.   Born out of a…

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SCT Sleep Out 2019

SCT Sleep Out raises £8,000 for local homeless

We marked World Homeless Day last Friday with an all-night fundraiser at Christ Church Spitalfields for people facing homelessness and addiction in East London. Our first ever Sleep Out raised over £8,000 – which will go towards the vital services we…

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