St Giles Trust
St Giles Trust
St Giles Trust is a UK charity putting experience to work on society`s most complex problems.
St Giles Trust helps people suffering disadvantages such as experiences of prison, homelessness, long term unemployment, addiction and severe poverty.
We support people to overcome any issue which might be holding them back from moving their lives forward. These services are underpinned by people who have overcome similar barriers and are now in the best place to help others do the same.
Our work benefits over 18,000 people every year.
Each generous pound donated to St Giles Trust goes towards helping people that have been locked out of society to make positive changes in their lives.
St Giles Trust aims to:
- Find people a safe place to live - we help prison leavers and homeless clients access accommodation. This is the starting point from which all else follows and a key factor in reducing re-offending.
- Help people to build positive relationships - we support people with re-integrating into society and foster positive relationships with friends, family and other support services.
- Provide support from someone who's been there - 44% of our staff are ex offenders and 90% of our services are delivered by former service users with 'lived experience' of overcoming disadvantage.
- Give people something to work for - we assist people with gaining employment and moving closer towards entering the job market.
Established: February 1962
Registered Charity Number: 801355
Board members: 11
Full time staff: 250
Part time staff: 58
Phone number: 0207 6974 338
Address: Georgian House, 64-68 Camberwell Church Street, London SE5 8JBView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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