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New Charity Warehouse coming soon February, 2017
We are paving the way with an exciting new out of town shop and warehouse and we are looking for volunteers! It will be conveniently located along the A36 in Wilton. The store will be packed with quality goods. Visitors to the warehouse store will be able to buy clothing, bric a brac, curiosities & furniture, reconditioned white goods and bicycles. Everything will be under one roof, w... Read more
A trek across the lava fields in Iceland for Alabaré February, 2017
Meet Cath Toogood she is one of our fantastic fundraisers. Cath is self-funding a trek to the beautiful lava fields of Iceland and in the process raising vital funds for our charity. The trek itself is a tough and a challenging one through a remote and wild environment. Cath’s training partner in the UK is Chaos, her 13 year old male Staffy. They have been undertaking a strict training sc... Read more
Time is running out to sign up to The BIG Sleep at Salisbury Cathedral on Friday 3rd March. We are urging more people to dig out their sleeping bags and spend the night on the floor of the Cathedral’s cloisters to help raise awareness of the many issues surrounding homelessness, as well as raising vital funds for the Salisbury Drop In Centre at Alabaré Place. Come and joi... Read more
Our response to Supported Housing Consultation February, 2017
The Government has stated that it is committed to protecting and boosting the supply of supported housing, ensuring it provides value for money and works for those who use it as well as those who pay for it. In November 2016, it launched a consultation - Funding for Supported Housing. This week, we were delighted to submit our response. Andrew Lord, our CEO at Alabaré says; &l... Read more