It has been revealed that Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist John Watson is a major backer of the newest Social Bite cafe in Glasgow.
As thousands of people face hardship this winter and the demands on charities to provide support increases, Scottish-based business, itison, launches the eighth year of its Social Bite campaign, asking big-hearted Scots to donate £5 via the itison website to buy over 100,000 meals and gifts f
The ‘Housing First’ Pathfinder programme transformed the way some of the most vulnerable people experiencing homelessness are supported across Scotland, a new independent report has found.
A team of former Scotland internationals and Glasgow Warriors rugby stars will be donning lycra this summer as they take on the ‘Break the Cycle’ challenge for homelessness charity Social Bite. The team, led by ex-Scotland captain and current Warriors managing director, Al Kellock, and i
Homelessness charity Social Bite is currently being investigated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR), according to reports. The regulator has confirmed that an investigation has been launched after receiving complaints about the charity.
Barratt Developments Scotland - which includes Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes and Oregon Timber Frame Ltd – is donating £50,000 to charities fighting homelessness across Scotland. Five charities spanning the length and breadth of Scotland have received a share of the funds, which will
Homelessness charity Social Bite has announced that its major fundraising event, Break the Cycle, will take place this year with Sir Chris Hoy on Sunday 4th September. The event is a cycling challenge from Glasgow to Edinburgh for all abilities with Sir Chris leading the riders.
Scottish charity Social Bite has launched its very first coffee shop in London. It will operate a rewarding ‘Pay-It-Forward’ system whereby customers who come in to buy a coffee or a sandwich can buy an additional meal or hot drink in advance for someone who is homeless to redeem later.
Housebuilder Dandara East Scotland has donated £1,000 towards Social Bite’s ‘Festival of Kindness’ campaign. The Edinburgh-based homeless charity aims to provide 300,000 meals, gifts, and essential items to those in need throughout Scotland and the UK.
itison’s annual fundraiser for Social Bite launches this morning to help those most in need this Christmas.
Homelessness charity Social Bite has launched a new appeal that aims to provide 300,000 gifts, meals and essential items to people experiencing homelessness this Christmas.
Social Bite has launched a pioneering initiative to help revolutionise the access people who have experienced homelessness have to job opportunities across the UK. Through its new Jobs First programme, Social Bite will work directly with some of the UK’s biggest employers to help breakdown the
The Housing First Pathfinder has been highly effective at supporting people with the sharpest experiences of homelessness to stay in their homes, according to the country’s first evaluation of Housing First, published this week by I-SPHERE at Heriot-Watt University. The independent I
Prof Sarah Johnsen and Dr Janice Blenkinsopp provide an overview of the main findings from the first interim report of the independent evaluation of Scotland’s Housing First Pathfinder programme. Operating in five areas encompassing six local authorities (Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire, Dunde
Colleagues from Scottish law firm Thorntons took part in the organised cycle from Glasgow to Edinburgh on Sunday to raise funds for Social Bite’s new villages, which will house and provide support to people affected by homelessness. Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy backed the ‘Break the Cycle&