Aberdeen Cyrenians

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Barratt Developments Scotland - which includes Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes and Oregon Timber Frame Ltd – is donating £50,000 to charities fighting homelessness across Scotland. Five charities spanning the length and breadth of Scotland have received a share of the funds, which will

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Homelessness charity Aberdeen Cyrenians has launched a new Peer Support Programme. With over 50 years experience providing care and support for vulnerable people in the North East, Aberdeen Cyrenians walks alongside people facing crisis.

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North-East charity Aberdeen Cyrenians is asking people to take part in The Big Give, Christmas Challenge 2021 which will match and multiply donations for the week of the 30th November - 7th December. Aberdeen Cyrenians supports people affected by homelessness, abuse, crisis, addiction, poverty, and

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Aberdeen Cyrenians has announced that its interim chief executive, Chris Bennett-Taylor, has been appointed to the role on a permanent basis. Mr Bennett-Taylor was appointed interim chief executive in July following the departure of Mike Burns to the national mental health charity, Penumbra, having

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Neptune Energy is to donate products and clothing to homelessness charity Aberdeen Cyrenians. The energy firm has announced it is working with Sheltersuit UK, a non-profit organisation that creates products to protect homeless people from the elements, to help 350 people across the UK to stay w

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Starting life as a soup kitchen organised by Aberdeen University students, Aberdeen Cyrenians has spent over 50 years providing a range of support and care services to vulnerable people and those in crisis in the north east of Scotland.  From these beginnings, Aberdeen 

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North-East charity Aberdeen Cyrenians has teamed up with local businesses to launch ‘Hug in a Box’, a mental health gift box designed to boost resilience and encourage self-care.

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Aberdeen Cyrenians has announced that it is expanding its volunteering services. The new project starting next month will see street-based volunteers teamed up with support staff to build trusted relationships and enable those with difficulty accessing support, to get the help they need.

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Aberdeen Cyrenians has launched a new style of letting agency based on private social letting and the Housing First principles. By providing greater levels of support for both landlords in the private rental sector and prospective tenants, Settled: Homes for All aims to reduce two key issu

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