Marine biologist Robert is currently homeless and living at one of St Martins services. He is taking part in lottery-funded personal training sessions at Norfolk Health and Fitness to help his physical and mental wellbeing.
St Martins has been awarded a £3,500 grant from the B&Q Foundation. The money will be spent on creating a welcoming garden area as a safe space to meet, socialise and wait for appointments.
The team at Alexion Pharmaceuticals collected some items for the people we support, including toiletries and crossword books and pens.
Are you a keen gardener? We are looking for one or two volunteers with an interest in gardening to help with a new project.
St Martins is backing The National Housing Federation’s Campaign “Homes at the Heart of Settled Futures” focusing on rough sleeping and homelessness. The campaign calls for permanent housing and support for those in temporary accommodation with the long-term goal of ending rough sleeping.
If you would like to donate food items, these can be brought to the Donation Station at 33 Bishopgate, Norwich weekdays between 10am and 2pm.
We need to turn our mind to the dire economic situation which is a result of the Covid crisis. There can be little doubt that there will be more people ending up on our streets.
Norwich Print Fair Raffle : Lockdown Edition - a chance to win a beautiful original print AND support a local charity.
St Martins is celebrating after being awarded £92,244 in government funding, distributed through The National Lottery Community Fund, to support its work with homeless people in Norfolk.
Kevin is a local historian who delivers popular walking tours of the city and was delighted to do a bit of digging for us and find out about the history of the site on Recorder Road.