St George's Crypt

St George's Crypt

Charity information

St George's Crypt

St George’s Crypt first opened in 1930. Our work continues today with homeless and vulnerable adults providing immediate care and support, food and accommodation. We run engagement activities, skills training and a recovery programme. Many of our service users have multiple complex needs including mental health issues, drug and alcohol abuse. We work towards positive lifestyle changes and employability. Rebuilding broken lives.

Founded 1930

  • Mission statement

    To meet the basic needs of everyone in a safe, non-judgmental and caring environment.

    To support people who are living on the streets into accommodation.

    To help people gain skills and confidence so that they can take an active role in their futures.

    To be good stewards of all that we receive in an open and transparent manner.

    To enable people to make positive choices in their lifestyle, accessing employment, freedom from addiction.

    To contribute towards local and wider communities enriched by inclusion of everyone in which that community serves.

    To build upon existing and create new effective partnerships across the city to offer the most appropriate solutions.

  • Aims

    St George's Crypt aims to:

    • To offer immediate practical support to homeless and vulnerable adults, by way of food, warmth and temporary accommodation.
    • To offer training and engagement activities to build confidence, self-esteem and learn new skills. Helping to break the cycle of homelessness and work towards a positive future.
    • To offer a structured recovery support service to aid continued abstinence from the use of drugs, alcohol and any other mind altering substances
  • Overview

    Established: October 1930

    Registered Charity Number: 1144474

    Board members: 11

    Full time staff: 50

    Part time staff: 25

    Volunteers: 125

    Phone number: 07887564519

    Address: Great George Street, Leeds LS1 3BR

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