Homelessness is considered a personal and a moral failing, when it’s actually a structural problem. There aren’t enough houses and there isn’t enough social care. People suffering homelessness are forced to live in the open – they sleep, eat and
For my work experience, I worked at Trinity which was definitely a new experience and allowed me to explore the different types of work there is.
Written by SHOC’s Grants Manager, Sally Russell
Every two years Trinity reach out to people who have moved on from our supported housing service to find out if what we are doing works.
Written by Debbie, from our Central Office
Steve Hedley, CEO, goes to Number 10.
Staff members and clients at Slough Homeless Our Concern were treated to a very special visit yesterday afternoon, as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn MP and Slough MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi popped by.
Imagine that someone invites you for the cruise of a lifetime. You get to the docks and the person says “There’s just two conditions, you are never to ask where we are going or when we will get there.”
Ed Hack is a computing student at the University of Bournemouth with a background in the street sport of parkour. He has set up not one, but two amazing fundraisers in aid of Trinity:
As part of the work we do in Burkina Faso, partnering with Transform Burkina and supported by The Tiny Cottage Kitchen, we linked with with ECMWF who have donated computers for schools…