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Support Ken as he takes on a marathon Pen y fan challenge May, 2021

Ex SAS Major and BBC presenter Ken Hames is facing his toughest challenge yet climbing the mountain Pen y Fan to help vulnerable, homeless and disadvantaged Veterans.  As an ex-mountain troop commander Ken is no stranger to hills and bad weather but to commit to this degree of hardship in a concentrated period is no mean feat. Ken says "there are far too many Veterans who are vulnerable ... Read more

Janet's Story May, 2021

Janet first got in touch with Alabaré in 2018 following her retirement as a police officer. She has since gone on to support Alabaré and Homes for Veterans many times raising over £2,600 over the years. Here Janet tells us why she specifically chose to support Alabaré and explains how through fundraising activities and dreaming big she has overcome her own battles in ... Read more

Social Enterprise Projects begin in earnest May, 2021

We are excited that our social enterprise projects Boots on the Ground and Field Kitchen have begun again in earnest following the lifting of restrictions in Wales. Both projects, Boots on the Ground and Field Kitchen are designed to support the mental health of the Veterans within Alabaré Homes for Veterans, or others connected with Alabaré within local communities. Servicemen an... Read more

30 Years, 30 Voices Launched April, 2021

This April Alabaré has much to rejoice about as we celebrate 30 years of transforming the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our communities. The charity, founded by local husband and wife team John and Alicia Proctor together with the Wiltshire based Alabaré Christian Community, has grown from humble roots, supporting one homeless man in their own home, to a charity ... Read more

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