To ensure financial viability to continue our good work with the 33 homeless and vulnerable men and women in our care following loss of council funding and to press on with plans to expand. In particular we would like to fulfil the need in our community for a dedicated hostel for women.
It ran from 10:00 AM, 5 December 2011 to 4:00 PM, 22 December 2011
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1058938)
Broken lives as a result of homelessness has been a major problem in Bournemouth area over the last twenty years. Need is demonstrated by the fact that we a constantly operate to full capacity. Local Rough Sleeper Street Counts are consistantly in double figures with a notable need for hostel / supported accommodation and homeless services. Soup kitchens, with which three of our directors have considerable experience, have been crowded throughout this period.
By providing respect, care and support. for our residents. We aim to restore self esteem, assist with life skills, access further education where necessary, facilitate training for employment to enable them to return to play useful roles in the community.
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