Spitalfields Crypt Trust

SCT taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge

Can you help more people recover from homelessness and addiction? We’ve been chosen to take part in the Big Give’s Christmas Challenge Give between 28 November and 5 December and your donation could be doubled. Can you help us raise £45,000 to help more people overcome homelessness and addiction? Go…

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Our Watney Market Charity Shop Gets a Makeover!  

In the bustling heart of Watney Market, something special has been brewing. Our Watney Market charity shop has undergone a remarkable transformation, and we are thrilled to share the exciting details with you. Join us as we explore the story behind this transformation and discover how it’s making a…

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Spitalfields Crypt Trust adapts services

Update: 6th November All of our charity shops and our two social enterprises are now closed until further notice. Update: 2nd November Our Watney Market and our Barking Road shops are now closed. The rest of our charity shops will close on Thursday 5th November. We…

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Head office move

SCT’s Head Office has moved down the road to the Kingsland Hub in Haggerston. Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT), a charity working with people facing homelessness and addiction, has moved its headquarters to a new office space in Haggerston. “We have greatly enjoyed all of our years at The Tab Centre…

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A warm welcome to SCT’s women’s space

SCT launches permanent Women’s Group at our Homeless Drop-in. A few years ago, we noticed a spike in the number of women visiting our drop-in. We quickly realised that this was a wider trend – with St Mungo’s reporting that more women were sleeping rough across the UK. In 2017,…

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Former student publishes memoir

Previous SCT student launches her memoir last week at East London bookshop. Michele Kirsch introduced her book, ‘Clean’, last Thursday night to a room full of family, friends and fans at Stoke Newington Bookshop. A former student of SCT’s Training and Development Centre, Michele tells the story of her struggle…

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SCT chats with Ally Capellino

For over 30 years, Alison Lloyd of Ally Capellino has been designing classic satchels, totes and rucksacks. Based only a few minutes from SCT, Alison has been supporting us for more than six years. We sat down with her to talk about some of her contributions. SCT: How did you…

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