June ENews

Thank you to everyone who has donated to our young peoples appeal so far.  Your gifts mean that we can continue to be here for our young people who have had a traumatic start to their adult lives, and your words of encouragement mean the world.  You can read more about our appeal and how we are supporting young people in crisis, plus get up to date with news from around Alabaré, by downloading our latest newsletter.  

Grand Opening of The Little Junction

On the 9th June, Councillor Iris Anderson officially opened the Little Junction.  Following news that the centre had lost its Council funding at the beginning of the year, local fundraisers campaigned to keep the centre open. Funds were raised to help us open a smaller drop in dedicated to helping homeless and vulnerable young people - and so the Little Junction was born!

Read more on the ground break here

Wilton Veterans village is officially underway

The sun shone as first ground was broken at the UK's first of its kind Veterans Village. It marked the beginning of the 64 week build. 

We are working in partnership with Our Wilton at this unique development that will address the needs of vulnerable Veterans by supporting them into independent living in an integrated community. 

Don't forget to buy your tickets for ALABARÉ'S GLOW IN THE PARK:LONGLEAT - EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS 1ST JULY. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE.

Visiting Longleat

Some of our clients who have learning disabilities enjoyed a trip to Longleat earlier this month.  A group of seven were given the opportunity to spend a fantastic day at the park, culminating in the chance to feed Longleat's beautiful giraffes.

Rebecca Mullen our Fundraising and Events Manager said; 
"There was so much to do, the clients had a fantastic time! The group really enjoyed a trip on the boat where they had the opportunity to feed the seals.They took great joy in watching them splash around them." 

Watch the video here

Trekking the Icelandic Lava Fields to help homeless Veterans
 
Meet Cath Toogood - she is one of our fantastic fundraisers. Cath is taking on the challenge of a lifetime;  trekking the Icelandic Lava Fields and at the same time raising vital funds for our Homes for Veterans. With only days to go training is well underway. 
Read the full story here


 

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