Ed's Story May, 2022

Ed came to Alabaré after finding themselves on the brink of homelessness after a return from Japan where they had been studying Japanese studies and English literature up until the pandemic. On return home, they were unable to return to the family home as their parents had meanwhile moved onto a canal boat.  Ed has struggled with autism, mental health issues and social anxieties for... Read more

Struggling with increased prices? Help is available. May, 2022

We are hearing more and more about the difficulties faced by people as food and fuel prices increase. We would encourage anyone who is struggling to visit our Salisbury Street Project.  Run from our property Alabaré Place in Salisbury (58 Barnard St, Salisbury SP1 2BJ) the Salisbury Street Project has launched “Somewhere to Go” an initiative aimed at provi... Read more

Alabaré BIG Sleep makes a welcome return to the Cathedral March, 2022

‘Record number of school children attend BIG Sleep’      Over 170 brave participants slept out at Salisbury Cathedral on Friday 4th March for Alabaré. We were delighted to host the first in-person fundraising event for two years at the cathedral making it the 14th time overall raising vital funds for our work with the homeless and vulnerable within the local Wi... Read more

The Atlantic Nomads cross the Atlantic as world record holders January, 2022

It was with great excitement that following 40 days and 37 minutes at sea, supporters of the Alabaré charity welcomed the Atlantic Nomads to Antigua on Friday. The team crossed the finish line in the Talisker Whisky Challenge at 08:17 local time having chosen Alabaré’s Homes for Veterans as their charity beneficiary for the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge which commenced ... Read more

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