Our work in Burkina started before Trinity was formed. Our CEO had already been working in Burkina for eight years and has built good relationships with a strong track record of sustainable projects.
Steve Hedley, CEO, goes to Number 10.
Steve, CEO, thanks outgoing Chair of Trustees, Colin Angus for his time at Trinity and SHOC:
Steve Hedley, CEO, discusses the need for hope, optimism and courage when working out how to solve the world’s problems
Steve tells us why he thinks what we do at Trinity is not actually charitable …
Let not England forget her precedence of teaching nations how to live John Milton
Steve, Trinity CEO, asks what needs to change in the homeless sector in order for us to beat homelessness in our communities …
Steve talks about how we reacted at Trinity when the first round of austerity measures left many charities fighting over the same diminishing funds to run our services.
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Our CEO, Steve, tells us why celebrating our success – and encouraging the people we work with to do the same, is so important in our work to beat homelessness: