Bethany Christian Trust

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Parliamentary candidate Ian Murray helped sell ethical Christmas presents at his local Bethany Christian Trust shop in Morningside yesterday to help end homelessness in Edinburgh. The Buy a Bed Christmas gifts, which cost £21 each, are available to purchase online and will sponsor a bed,

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Joe McCormack was always meant to work at Bethany Christian Trust. Even at the height of his own addiction; he knew there was something more being asked of him. He said: “In 2008 I was walking down Leith Walk drunk and I felt the Holy Spirit say ‘You are going to work for Bethany one day

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After working for more than a decade in homelessness accommodation and addiction recovery centres in Scotland, India and Nepal; Bethany Christian Trust’s Paul Stevenson turned his focus upstream to Homelessness prevention Throughout Scotland there are urban islands of deprivation hemmed in and

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Homeless charity Bethany Christian Trust is hosting a vintage fair at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival in an attempt to provide aid to homeless people in the city. The Trust has initiated a campaign to encourage visitors to the festival to 'shop to stop homelessness' by attending a fair at its

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Bethany Christian Trust has teamed up with local partner Edinburgh City Mission to launch its new Care Van at a dedication service held at the charity’s offices in Leith. The Care Van is a mobile community hub outreach service which engages with people at their point of need on the streets of

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Over 190 brave fundraisers took part in Bethany Christian Trust’s nationwide Big Sleep Out events in Glasgow and Edinburgh to raise support for homeless people in Scotland. Despite the wintry weather, sleepers of all ages camped out at the City Chambers in both Glasgow and Edinburgh (on March

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Homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust has launched a new campaign to raise urgent funds for beds in their emergency night shelter in Edinburgh. Through the Winter Care Shelter, now permanently based at Diadem, on Gorgie Road, the charity provides a safe and warm night's sleep to people facing

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Fundraisers across Fife are preparing to brave the cold for Bethany Christian Trust’s 50th Sleep Out event on March 8 to raise money in support of Scotland’s homeless. The Bethany Big Sleep Out, which will be held this year outside Holy Trinity Church in St Andrews, has raised over &poun

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Thousands of festive shoppers chose to purchase with purpose this Christmas by buying over 3,000 ethical Caring Christmas Trees for people in need across Scotland. Homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust sold thousands of Caring Christmas Trees throughout November and December to both residents

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National homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust is giving festive shoppers the opportunity to buy a bed for people who are homeless this winter by purchasing a Christmas Gift Voucher for its Edinburgh-based Winter Care Shelter. The Care Shelter Christmas Gift Vouchers, which cost £21 each, ar

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MSPs show support for social enterprise Caring Christmas Trees Scottish politicians gathered at Holyrood this week to show support for Caring Christmas Trees (CCT), a unique social enterprise which has been running for 16 years and supports the work of homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust.

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