Elspeth - our longest serving employee steps down August, 2017

Earlier on this month, after 18 years of employment at Alabaré, our longest serving employee, Elspeth retired. Elspeth has been a familiar face around the office for years and will be greatly missed. Elspeth is looking forward to her retirement and has lots of things planed. She is a member of the local gym which she really enjoys. Elspeth is also looking forward to spending time with he... Read more

Emmaus Faith Saturday at Russell House July, 2017

Ted Uren is our Alabaré Champion for St Lawrence in Stratford-sub-Castle. He joined us at the most recent faith day, held at one of our supported living projects for people with learning disabilities. Ted goes on to tell us about the day -  ‘Care, Compassion, Generosity and Respect’ – Alabaré's core values, seen in a delightfully informal setting at Russell ... Read more

Government announces suspension of LHA cap plans September, 2016

At Alabaré we welcome the Government's recent announcement on the future funding of Supported Housing.  We are delighted that the Government has decided to scrap the Local Housing Allowance cap in its current form.  The cap would have been financially ruinous for charities running services for vulnerable people and devastating for our residents.  Supported Housing is a hi... Read more

MP Visit in Support of Alabaré’s Homes Not Streets Campaign August, 2016

Caption left to right - James Ross, service user and John Glen, MP for Salisbury Homeless charity Alabaré is joining a day of action to highlight serious concerns about funding for supported housing for vulnerable people. The charity has welcomed local MP John Glen to Alabaré Place to discuss changes to funding that could ensure that the financial future of the charity’s hom... Read more

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