Crisis

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The national charity for homeless people Crisis expects to welcome more than 300 guests to a centre in Edinburgh on December 25 and 26 where up to 400 volunteers will help provide food, warmth, comfort and festive cheer at Crisis at Christmas. But according to the charity many of these guests will h

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Homeless people are increasingly being forced out of public spaces by hostile measures such as spikes, curved or segregated benches and deliberate noise pollution, a study has revealed. In new research conducted by Crisis, over 450 people were surveyed in homelessness services across England and Wal

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Glasgow Homelessness Network is to receive a share of a new £150,000 fund to help homeless people - or those at risk of homelessness - to rent a home. The Help-To-Rent funding programme has been commissioned by Crisis, the national charity for homeless people, and will support the five projects to

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(from left) Diners George Watson, Stewart Rosie and Gary Baker with Layla Gassabi of Maison Bleue restaurants Homeless people in Edinburgh have been treated to a fine dining meal at a chic new restaurant for the first time.

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Crisis is inviting potential employers, businesses and organisations to an event in Edinburgh today to mark World Homelessness Day. The national charity for homeless people, in association with the International Network of Street Papers, is hosting a range of talks, with a key note speech from found

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A two year funding programme has been launched offering a total of £150k to local projects supporting homeless people or those at risk of homelessness to rent a home. The Crisis Help-to-Rent Programme is open to statutory and voluntary services working with people not normally eligible for help fro

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Three homelessness charities are calling for action from the next Scottish Government as new figures show that demand for winter shelters in Glasgow and Edinburgh rose sharply in 2015/16. Crisis, Glasgow City Mission and the Bethany Christian Trust are raising the alarm after demand for their respec

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National homelessness charity Crisis is today launching a series of recommendations for the next Scottish Government to follow in its continued fight against homelessness. The Manifesto to End Homelessness calls on all political parties to adopt a new cross-departmental strategy for tackling homeles

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New legislation that will modernise the private rented sector (PRS) was passed last night by the Scottish Parliament. The Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Bill will create simpler tenancies, offer stability and security to the 700,000 tenants who call the private rented sector home, and ensure

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(from left) Cllr Dave Doogan, Neil Guy (Crisis), Katlin Stirling, Josh Tuckwood (two of the participants), Jennifer Kent (PKC), Lindsay Grant (PKC) and Carl Hutson (Crisis housing trainer) Young people have successfully taken part in “Renting Ready” courses in Perth to prepare them for a success

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