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The Revd Joanna Jepson appointed Alabaré Patron January, 2021

We are delighted to welcome the Revd Joanna Jepson as our new Patron at Alabaré. Joanna is an Anglican priest, author, broadcaster, coach and Army chaplain. Since her ordination to the priesthood in 2003, she has served in Chester and London and is currently serving as chaplain to the Royal Wessex Yeomanry and the Army Training Regiment. Alongside her chaplaincy role, Joanna writes and p... Read more

Barclays Covid-19 Community Relief Programme January, 2021

Thanks to the Barclays 100x100 UK COVID-19 Community Relief Programme, we have been awarded a donation of £100,00 to support our work over the Coronavirus pandemic. The funds have made a big difference to our client and team response throughout the pandemic and allow Alabaré to continue vital work supporting young people and the homeless during this critical time. Below is an over... Read more

The Big Sleep is back for 2021 with a TWIST! December, 2020

This year you will understand why Alabaré’s flagship event, The BIG Sleep is going to be a little different. On Friday 5th March 2021, the Alabaré team is encouraging everyone to hold their own BIG Sleep, in fun, safe and interesting places so that people young and old can stand together, to help end homelessness.  Ordinarily Alabaré holds its flagship Big Slee... Read more

Wiltshire Mason's employment support for our young people December, 2020

Over 60 young people in Wiltshire will receive help to access training and employment thanks to a new grant of £43,824 which will cover 3 years by Wiltshire Freemasons. Specialist training and support will be provided by a Young People’s Employability Coach at Alabaré, who have been supporting disadvantaged and homeless adults and young people in the region for 30 years. For ... Read more

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