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Bruce Forbes Bruce Forbes on how charitable fundraising alone cannot solve homelessness and that stating otherwise can understate the severity of the problem.

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Donations for homeless people in Scotland topped £3.2 million as more than 10,000 people came together in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen took part in the world’s biggest sleepout on Saturday. Organised by Social Bite, participants in the Sleep in the Park event each raised a minimum of

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Ardenglen Housing Association completed its Sleep in the Park participation and received the personal thanks of Social Bite co-founder Josh Littlejohn MBE. The Ardenglen team met Josh during his whistle stop tour of Scotland’s four principal cities where thousands were taking part in the mass slee

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Stewart Milne alongside colleagues from AFC and Stewart Milne Group prepare themselves to Sleep in the Park this weekend Scottish businessman Stewart Milne alongside colleagues from Stewart Milne Group and Aberdeen Football Club will join the world’s largest sleep out in support of Social Bite’s

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Some members of the Ardenglen team with their Sleep in the Park banner A team from Ardenglen Housing Association has signed up to Sleep in the Park.

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The Social Bite Village in Granton is to provide a blueprint for helping to tackle homelessness in major cities across the UK. The development, which provides homes to people while they await permanent accommodation, officially launched in May this year and is already almost at capacity, with 17 hom

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Members of DGHP’s ‘Sleep in the Park’ team with some of their supplies ready for the big event: (from left) Rebecca Callander, Johanne Wilson, Lesley Micallef, Daniel Stewart, Anne Davies, Evie Copland and Nicola Nicolson. Not pictured: Emma O’Hare, Kirsty Lund, and Jill McGregor Staff from

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Social Bite co-founder Josh Littlejohn and HFS chief executive Nicola Barclay announce a new charity partnership which will see members of the HFS team sleep out in Princes Street Gardens Industry body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has announced its support of the work undertaken to end homelessness thro

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(from left) Ewan Sinclair of WorkingRite and the Langstane social justice team: Susan Penley, Monica Aires and Billy Gilles (David Campbell not pictured) Staff from Langstane Housing Association’s social justice team, together with a like-minded colleague from WorkingRite, will join 12,000 other p

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Vulnerable people with complex needs who need help to get into settled accommodation are to be supported by funding of up to £6.5 million, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. Along with homeless charity Social Bite, local authorities, third sector and housing providers the Scottish Govern

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