A new service to provide emergency accommodation and support for rough sleepers in Norwich is due to open in the autumn.
St Martins team members are preparing to jump 13,000 foot out of a plane to raise money to support homeless people in Norwich. For the majority of the team it is their first charity jump – and one of them has never even been in an aeroplane before!
Eight volunteers from Aviva spent a day gardening at our residential service for over 50s. A highlight of the day was getting the residents involved in the activity and interacting with the volunteers.
The Swaffham Lionesses chose to support homelessness charities as their cause to benefit from their annual summer event.
St Martins has an arrangement with Molde University College in Norway to host second year social care students. We provide work placements and the opportunity to learn from experienced staff at St Martins in return for an enthusiastic and hard worker to join our team for three months.
The aim of Bridges is to help people manage their enduring mental illness. We are holding an Open Day on Thursday 20th June from 1 - 3pm and invite anybody who is interested to come and look around.
11 year old Orla from Reepham wanted to do something to help homeless people. She asked us what items are of most use to us and collected a massive amount of donations, thanks to the support of her local community.
High drama, dangerous characters and multiple identities featuring Dr Bourne might sound like a blockbuster Hollywood series…but this was simply staff training at St Martins last week!
Ray Muscat has recently taken up his new role as Donation Organiser for St Martins. He helps organise the many generous donations from individuals, groups and organisations and is involved in the exciting Donation Station project aimed at empowering clients who volunteer.
Star of stage and screen Sir Ian McKellen entertained an audience in Norwich - with homeless people and those who support them amongst the invited guests. Some of the people we support went along and were treated to a spellbinding afternoon.