The Pilion Trust Ltd
The Pilion Trust Ltd
We work with vulnerable and excluded people, many of whom are homeless and have complex needs. We believe in empowering the most disadvantaged members of our society to gain control of their lives and place within their community.
(a) The relief of sickness and the preservation and protection of health of people irrespective of race, culture, gender, sexuality, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, spiritual beliefs, age or disability who are or who have been affected by drug, alcohol misuse, mental ill health or homelessness in particular but not exclusively by the provision of community based support and outreach activities within London Boroughs to begin with then across England and Wales.
(b) The relief of unemployment for the benefit of the public by offering volunteer, trainee, befriending, coaching and mentoring placements to enable the beneficiaries to gain an NVQ3, equivalent or above qualification and move into permanent employment and a long term career.
(c) To advance the awareness and education of the public about the harm of drug and alcohol misuse, issues around homelessness and mental ill health through delivering training, research, advocacy and seminars.
(d) To improve the quality of life to individuals and their families who have been affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental ill health and homelessness in their lives.
(e) To organise fundraising events and activities and tender to local authorities and councils for funding to support and advise individuals with drug and alcohol misuse, mental ill health and homelessness issues.
(f) To advise and support the government of the day in their politics regarding drug addiction, alcohol abuse, mental ill health and
The Pilion Trust Ltd aims to:
- To support and advocate for vulnerable individuals to fulfill their potential and live a life free from want, fear, loneliness.
- To end youth homelessness
- To empower individuals who are marginalised and at risk to access appropriate services that meet their needs
- To train and develop a skilled workforce to work holistically with people with complex needs
Established: January 2007
Registered Charity Number: 1122628
Board members: 4
Full time staff: 1
Part time staff: 4
Phone number: 02077002498
Address: Omnibus House 39-41 North Road, Islington N7 9DPView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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