Spitalfields Crypt Trust

Trusts and Foundations

We are so grateful for the support we receive from many charitable trusts and foundations and, in essence, it makes the work we do possible.

There are many opportunities for like-minded partners to join us in bringing about genuine change in supporting homeless people in recovery from addiction by providing trauma and psychologically informed care and accommodation-based solutions. Our funders can give to our work as a whole, or concentrate on a specific project.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to make a donation, or to discuss which areas of our support services have the greatest synergy with your goals.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about making a donation through a charitable trust, foundation, or institution, please contact Gill Healey by phone on 07732 691005 or by email, gill.healey@sct.org.uk.

We are fortunate to receive support from a number of grant makers. Without these partnerships, many of our vital projects would not be possible. Meet some of our partners:

City Bridge

The City Bridge Trust is supporting SCT’s Therapeutic Programme with funding towards our 16-bed Acorn House abstinence-based recovery hostel. Here, men who have experienced homelessness and addiction are provided a programme of intensive trauma and addiction therapy by our addiction counselling team. Residents are also supported by our Housing Team and a Key Worker.  When they graduate from the Therapeutic Programme, residents are offered supported housing and helped to prepare for the transition to more independent living.


Thanks to funding from Crisis, our Housing First programme is able to provide homes for 30 people over three years (10 new individuals per year) who have experienced chronic homelessness and have complex needs. Each individual is living in self-contained accommodation, rented by the tenant from housing association Poplar HARCA, with wrap-around support provided by SCT covering issues including tenancy sustainment, financial management, healthcare, and addiction recovery as appropriate.