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            We're raising money to keep our services free and accessible for those who need them most

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            Founded in 1965, Spitalfields Crypt Trust helps people facing homelessness and drug and alcohol addictions transform their lives

            Housing First

            Our new Housing First programme helps homeless people directly into long-term, self-contained housing

            Residential and day programme

            Our supported housing provides a safe and reliable place for our beneficiaries to start their recovery journey

            Supported Housing

            We provide two friendly homes for men who are ready to move onto more independent living

            Training and Development

            Having a good, structured work/life balance can be helpful in preventing relapse back into drugs, alcohol and homelessness

            Long-Term Recovery Community

            Relapse prevention is a big part of our work. For people in the later stages of recovery, our peer-led recovery community, Choices, helps prevent relapse

            Referrals

            Do you know anyone who is homeless or particularly isolated? Refer someone in need.

            Get Involved

            Volunteer with us

            Volunteer at our homeless drop-in, social enterprises or charity shops.

            Donate

            Make a regular or one-off donation and help change someone’s life.

            Fundraise

            With no direct Government funding, we rely on compassion and generosity to help fund our services.

            Latest News

            Celebrating Acorn House’s 20th birthday

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            We’ve opened a new charity shop in Walthamstow

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            Our 2022 staff conference

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