We are holding a street collection from 1st - 23rd December to raise vital funds to enable us to support more people experiencing homelessness in Norwich.
One of St Martins’ team members took part in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), an intensive residential week to develop leadership skills while having fun and making connections.
St Martins has teamed up with The Norwich Society to create a 3.5 mile walk around the city highlighting its history and commitment to supporting people in need throughout the ages – a mission that continues today.
Aimee fulfilled a new year’s resolution this month as she climbed to the top of Mount Snowdon. She did it to raised funds for St Martins, and her partner Mitchell completed the challenge with her.
St Martins' CEO Dr Jan Sheldon has the honour of being appointed to the role of Sheriff of Norwich.
We are delighted to have retained our two-star Outstanding rating in the Best Companies survey, a listing of the very best organisations across all sectors locally, regionally and nationally.
Debz is a wheelchair user and has round-the-clock care. One of her carers used to work for St Martins and recommended it as a great charity to support.
Figures published today show a 26% increase in rough sleeping in England between 2021 and 2022. In Norwich there has been a 30% reduction.
Retired dentist Martin Stewart took up painting as a hobby in 2019. Lockdown provided an opportunity to perfect his skills and he has produced some striking canvases of local scenes that he has printed onto greetings cards to raise funds for Norwich charities.
We can save a lot of money if we can repair broken washing machines and fix parts rather than pay for their disposal and replace with new. It’s much better environmentally too.