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
Homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust is giving festive shoppers the opportunity to help save a life this winter by purchasing ethical Christmas trees. Sustainably grown in Scotland, shoppers can buy a Grade One Nordman fir tree, and the funds raised will directly support the charity’s Care
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.
An Edinburgh man details how a Winter Care Shelter, run by homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust, helped him break out the cycle of homelessness and saved his life from last year’s winter weather.
Homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust has today launched its Stop for Soup campaign to mark World Homelessness Day at a popular Edinburgh café. This particular campaign is in its sixth year, and asks supporters to hold a soup lunch with the aim of raising vital funds for Bethany’s emergenc
Last year’s participants abseiling down Barns Ness Lighthouse in East Dunbar Supporters of homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust will put themselves to the test next month by abseiling down Barns Ness Lighthouse in Dunbar to raise support for people who are homeless in Scotland.
Benson celebrates his 70th birthday Kenyan-born Benson is a member of Lost and Found Choir, an Edinburgh-based men’s choir run by homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust.
This week, Aberdeen FC teamed up with Scottish homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust to give people less fortunate the experience of a lifetime.
Men and women enter the Care Shelter on a cold winter’s night A Winter Care Shelter run by Bethany Christian Trust was used by 722 men and women this winter, the homelessness charity has revealed.
Six prominent Scottish homelessness charities have agreed to come together for the first time for a pioneering fundraising campaign. The charities – Bethany Christian Trust, Glasgow City Mission, Street Soccer Scotland, Rock Trust and Simon Community Scotland/Streetwork – have agreed a formal co
Scots have raised over £15,000 for people affected by homelessness a Big Sleep Out for national homeless charity Bethany Christian Trust. The Big Sleep Out, which was held on Friday at two locations in Edinburgh (outside the City Chambers) and Glasgow (City Chambers in George Square), attracted doz
New recommendations to ensure the commitment to eradicate rough sleeping in Scotland have been accepted in principle by the Scottish Government. Set out by the government’s Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group, the full recommendations cover actions to prevent rough sleeping; empower front
Bethany’s fundraising team celebrate ‘Suzanne’s night’ at the Edinburgh Care Shelter in Meadowbank The fundraising team from national homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust has paid tribute to local charity advocate Suzanne O’Brien, who passed away in August 2015 after collapsing on
Crowds gather for festive celebrations under a Caring Christmas Tree on Main Street in Balerno Thousands of Christmas trees were purchased by festive shoppers in November and December for homeless people after an annual fundraiser encouraged Scots to purchase with purpose.