Social Bite

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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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. The campaign will see PureGym's Scottish gym staff and members undertake a number of physical challenges to help Soc

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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. Sir Chris will lead a group of cyclists from Glasgow to Edinburgh in a bid to raise £1 million for the charity.

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