Simon Community Scotland

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A Glasgow hub for retailers, entrepreneurs and local creatives has launched a Christmas appeal with Simon Community Scotland to gift homeless people with the essentials they need to survive the winter in the city. The public can donate items to a dedicated drop off site within COLAB which, in partne

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People begging in Glasgow city centre will be helped to apply for benefits by a new roving digital inclusion officer, the local authority has announced. Equipped with a tablet computer, the new digital specialist will work on the streets alongside the Simon Community Scotland’s Street Team – hel

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A new hub is being created in Glasgow city centre to help homeless people access a number of services in the same location. The multi-agency facility will house a range of services for vulnerable adults with multiple complex needs based on the award-winning City Ambition Network (CAN).

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Simon Community Scotland’s tenancy support team, Tracey Blair, Shona Redmond, Margaret Graham and Heather Montgomery Homeless charity Simon Community Scotland has been appointed to provide a tenancy support service on behalf of four housing associations.

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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

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A major Hackathon will take place in Glasgow across the weekend of April 13-15 designed to find practical ways of tackling the homeless situation in Scotland’s major cities. The event will aim to be a spark for innovative solutions including apps, websites and other digital platforms.

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Rough sleepers in Glasgow are being handed portable mobile phone battery chargers to help ensure their phone is sufficiently powered up for what could be a lifesaving call to a support service. Glasgow-based homelessness charity Simon Community Scotland has identified a relatively high level of mobi

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Simon Community Scotland is urging people to support rough sleepers this winter by re-gifting unwanted Christmas gift items such as warm clothing, underwear and toiletries. The #RegiftItToSimon idea is part of a wider campaign to provide everyday items to help Scotland’s homeless community stay sa

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Spare rooms in people’s homes in Glasgow are to be made available to young people facing the prospect of sleeping rough on the street, under a new initiative launch today by homelessness charity Simon Community Scotland. It is widely recognised that the moment a young person begins sleeping rough,

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