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Hugh Andrews is living testimony to Wheatley Group’s commitment to tackle homelessness in Scotland. The 37-year-old had been homeless for 13 years before moving into a Wheatley home in Clydebank as part of the pioneering Housing First partnership.

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Wheatley Group has helped almost 1800 homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis. The housing, care and property management group has worked with the Scottish Government, local authority partners and other agencies to help tackle homelessness and rough sleepin

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Social Bite has announced the launch of its Festival of Kindness appeal to support those in need over Christmas and the winter months. The mission of this appeal is to raise enough funds to distribute 250,000 meals and essential items in Scotland and throughout the UK.

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Ahead of the final episode of this year’s Great British Bake Off tonight, homelessness charity Social Bite is on the hunt for one star baker to get creative in the kitchen and produce a new brownie for its popular home delivery service. Social Bite is looking for an aspiring Prue Leith or Paul

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Social Bite has today launched a brand-new food delivery service to help grow its social enterprise business and help more people affected by homelessness in Scotland. Whether given as a gift or bought as a treat, customers will be doing good with every purchase of Social Bite’s 'Boxes of Joy'

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Scotland’s Housing First Pathfinder has created more than 300 tenancies with an additional 50 added since April, a monitoring report released today has revealed.

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A further 15 charities are set to receive a total of £49,786 in the fourth round of funding allocation from the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 Hardship Fund. The successful charities are: The ARCHIE Foundation; Aberdeen Foyer; Social Bite; Aberdeen Association of

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Homeless people and others affected by the coronavirus outbreak are to receive further support through the Scottish Government’s emergency funding for communities. In March, communities secretary Aileen Campbell announced a £350 million package of funding to help tackle harms caused by t

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The Royal Bank of Scotland is urging both businesses and members of the public to continue donating essential food and supplies to its Gogarburn headquarters in Edinburgh to help vulnerable people throughout Scotland as the impact of coronavirus remains prevalent across the country. RBS has been wel

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Life insurance and pension fund manager Phoenix Group is increasing its support to charities in Scotland by donating £20,000 to both Cyrenians and Social Bite, each of whom works with people who are in vulnerable situations and either on the edge of or already experiencing homelessness.

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An extra 100 homes are to be provided by Wheatley Group to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping in Scotland. The housing, care and property management group has pledged the additional properties to Housing First as part of a package of measures to help vulnerable people during the coronavirus cris

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Housebuilder CALA Homes (West) is gifting £2,000 to Social Bite earlier than planned as part of a ‘roof donation’ scheme at its Prince’s Quay development in Glasgow. As part of the charity partnership between CALA Homes and Social Bite which kicked off ear

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