Sodexo and Alabaré Team Up To Help The Most Vulnerable In Our Community April, 2016

Earlier this month, a team of hardy fundraisers from Sodexo handed over a cheque for £5,350 to  our Fundraising Manager, Rebecca Mullen, after taking part in our Salisbury BIG Sleep. 50 enthusiastic Sodexo staff members took part in our flagship fundraising event and Sodexo also provided much needed sustenance in the form of bacon rolls the following morning. We'd like to say a... Read more

Alabaré Welcomes The Lord Mayor Of Plymouth And The Bishop Of Plymouth To Plymouth Homes For Veterans March, 2016

Staff and residents at Alabaré’s Plymouth Homes for Veterans welcomed the Lord Mayor of Plymouth (Councillor Dr John Mahony) and The Bishop of Plymouth (The Rt Rev’d Nick McKinnel) to the home to view, first hand, the vital support the charity is offering the region’s Veterans. Homes for Veterans is an initiative of Alabaré, a charity who have been caring for the... Read more

Alabaré Include says farewell March, 2016

It is with sadness that today we saw the closure of our Alabaré Include service. Following a retendering process last year, mental health day services in Wiltshire will now provided by The Richmond Fellowship. A huge thank you to all our Alabaré Include colleagues for their hard work and the dedication they have shown in supporting people with mental ill health to live more indepe... Read more

Easter Message March, 2016

With the events of Palm Sunday Jesus was making a very strong political gesture. Using contemporary language and imagery he was portraying the Kingdom of God. To take Kingdom and God and put them together, with an emphasis on either word, was subversive, as was connecting the two together. Then to ride the donkey representing peace rather than the horse of war added further challenge to Roman r... Read more

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