Crisis

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The Cruden Group, one of Scotland’s largest development and construction companies, has donated £1,000 to Crisis in Scotland this Christmas. This latest donation demonstrates the group’s continued recognition of organisations that play a key role in tackling homelessness, with Crud

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HSBC is currently working with charities in the UK to help homeless people who do not have permanent or fixed addresses, or photo ID, to open bank accounts. These accounts would be managed in HSBC branches or online.

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A social impact project that aims to get scouts from across Scotland to take part in community action activities will see Scouts Scotland team up with Crisis Scotland to help end homelessness. Over the next four years, young people from across the country will work with the support of charity expert

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A report released today from Crisis has indicated that investment in housing benefit would prevent thousands from becoming homeless. The organisation believes that restoring the levels of housing benefit, otherwise known as Local Housing Allowance (LHA), could make a colossal difference to levels of

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One year on since the Scottish Government’s Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group finalised their report, Jon Sparkes from Crisis writes about the successes so far and the actions in the Ending Homelessness Together Action Plan. Twelve months ago, in June 2018, I was working closely wit

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The third annual report of an independent study of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in Scotland was officially launched yesterday. Funded by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Homelessness Monitor: Scotland 2019 is an account of how homelessness stands

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At least 139 people have died while homeless in Scotland over the last 18 months, according to new statistics. The deaths, which were revealed in freedom of information requests by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) and reported by investigative platform The Ferret, include 22 deaths in G

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Crisis Scotland is to host an event to explore the findings of the latest Homelessness Monitor for Scotland and their implications for strategic policy and practice across the country. Cabinet secretary for communities and local government, Aileen Campbell, will respond to the findings, setting out

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Homelessness experts have called on the UK Government and the Scottish Government to work together following evidence that reductions in homelessness across Scotland have stalled. A new state-of-the-nation report produced by Heriot-Watt University on behalf of Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundati

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