St Martins has launched a winter campaign to push the issue of homelessness into the public eye by sharing the stories of people supported by the charity.
Thanks to funding from the Norfolk Community Foundation, we are able to do weekly litter picks encouraging the people we support to get out there and do something different as part of a 'greening our community' project
Norwich resident Stephen Musk has published a book documenting a life of mental illness. Green Icing details his experiences of isolation, anxiety and paranoia. It also contains reflections on friendships and human interaction, which remained elusive for much of Stephen’s life.
We have a dedicated Community Housing team that supports people living in shared houses in the community and in temporary accommodation.
Norwich resident Lindsay Maher opened up her garden to raise funds for St Martins. The garden is a labour of love and is an incredible oasis of peace and tranquility.
St Martins is passionate about investing in people with potential. Hannah, our human resources administration apprentice and Briony, our level 3 business administration apprentice share their experiences of working at St Martins.
A memorial garden to remember people experiencing homelessness who have died was opened on September 6 by the Rt Rev Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich.
This week 6 - 13 September is Remember a Charity Week and people are encouraged to consider supporting a charity close to their heart – even after they’ve gone.
St Martins has received funding to provide tenancy training for 32 people to aid the prevention of homelessness.
St Martins CEO Jan stepped away from her office for the day and brandished a mop and bucket as she worked a shift alongside our domestic workers.