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Fife-based Kingdom Housing Association rounded off a year of 40th anniversary celebrations by delivering some festive cheer across the Central Belt. Food banks in Glenrothes, Dunfermline and Falkirk received donations of much-needed food, toiletries and festive treats.

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A law firm in Glasgow is donating a share of £3,000 to three local charities this Christmas, as part of the firm’s commitment to relieving poverty and suffering among people who are homeless during the festive season. Irwin Mitchell is donating £1,250 to The Simon Community Scotlan

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Christmas gifts that might help people who are homeless are being requested by one of Scotland’s leading homelessness charities. Simon Community Scotland is inviting people who shop via the Amazon website to pick a Christmas gift from a wishlist that can be found online.

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The vital role dogs can play in the lives of people who are homeless – including providing companionship and a reason to exercise – is being recognised in new guidance on how landlords and local authority offices respond to homeless people and their pets.

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Deacon Blue star Lorraine McIntosh has announced her support for Simon Community Scotland's Nightstop campaign which offers young people a safe place to spend the night in times of crisis. The singer has invited people in Glasgow to "open their homes and hearts" to vulnerable young pe

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Two of Scotland's leading homeless charities have amalgamated to become one unified organisation. Glasgow-based Simon Community Scotland and Edinburgh’s Streetwork have joined forces in tackling homelessness, combining the two largest street outreach teams in the country.

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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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People experiencing homelessness in Scotland are to be given the chance to learn digital skills so they can access opportunities presented online – thanks to an initiative being launched by two of Scotland’s leading homelessness charities. Edinburgh-based Streetwork and its sister charit

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