Social Bite

Video: Social Bite launches festival of kindness to aid people experiencing homelessness

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.

Published 29 November 2021

Social Bite launches jobs first initiative with UK's largest employers

Social Bite has launched a pioneering initiative to help revolutionise the access people who have experienced homelessness have to job opportunities across the UK.

Published 13 October 2021

Housing First provision primed for successful expansion across Scotland, report finds

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.

Published 24 September 2021

Headline findings from Scotland’s Housing First Pathfinder evaluation interim report

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.

Published 22 September 2021

Thorntons Solicitors join Sir Chris Hoy and Social Bite to 'break the cycle' of homelessness

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.

Published 9 September 2021

Anderson Strathern helping to Break the Cycle

The Chain Gain team at law firm Anderson Strathern are taking part in Social Bite’s 60-mile cycling challenge from Glasgow to Edinburgh taking place on September 5 in support of the charity's mission of ending homelessness and build two new Social Bite Villages.

Published 1 September 2021

Social Bite announces partnership with PureGym

Homelessness charity Social Bite has announced a new partnership with PureGym as part of its Break the Cycle campaign led by 6x Olympic champion and PureGym ambassador, Sir Chris Hoy.

Published 26 July 2021

Sir Chris Hoy calls for cyclists to help raise £1m for Social Bite

Sir Chris Hoy is urging more cyclists to join him in efforts to build two new villages for homeless people in partnership with Social Bite.

Published 15 July 2021

Glasgow buskers unite for street music festival to raise funds for Social Bite

Glasgow's buskers joined forces on Friday to hold a street music festival to help break the cycle of homelessness in Scotland.

Published 12 July 2021

Social Bite hits the road with launch of new foodie pop-up

Social Bite Food, part of the Social Bite charity, has launched a new foodie pop-up just in time for a summer of outdoor events and festivals.

Published 2 July 2021

Housing First Pathfinder passes 500 tenancies

Scotland’s Housing First Pathfinder has created more than 500 tenancies with the addition of 25 added in April, a monitoring report released today has shown.

Published 17 May 2021

Social Bite launches 'At Home' dining box with celebrity chef Tony Singh

Homelessness charity Social Bite has launched its very first At Home dining box, giving people across the central belt the chance to enjoy delicious, restaurant-quality dishes at home while supporting those who have experienced homelessness.

Published 23 April 2021

Sir Chris Hoy back in the saddle to ‘break the cycle’ of homelessness

Olympian Sir Chris Hoy has teamed with up with Social Bite to launch a £1 million fundraising campaign which aims to replicate the charity's Granton village for homeless people in Glasgow and London.

Published 12 March 2021

Wheatley hands over 200th home to Housing First

Hugh Andrews is living testimony to Wheatley Group’s commitment to tackle homelessness in Scotland.

Published 5 February 2021

Wheatley Group steps up its support for homeless people

Wheatley Group has helped almost 1800 homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis.

Published 14 January 2021