Riverside projects and events

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As International Women’s Day approaches, we celebrate the Riverside projects and schemes supporting women seeking refuge, young mothers, and their families, which Church Housing Trust supports. This Sunday 8 March will be International Women’s

A local law firm trust, Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ Charitable Trust, has donated towards a residents’ training kitchen at Newton House in Gloucester. Newton House is a Riverside ECHG supported housing scheme, with 50 bedspaces for single homel

The Boundaries, in Romford, is a 10 bed high-support housing project for formerly homeless people with mental health issues. Last year they took advantage of the short train journey to London and asked for Church Housing Trust funding to help them

Residents at The Springs in Cambridge, a scheme that helps homeless people into training and employment, were able to make use of funding from Church Housing Trust on a warm sunny day at the end of April with an outdoor event. The weather was kind

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Many people will be attending VE Day memorial activities or celebrations across the country, so we took a look at the steps some homeless veterans are taking to improve their lives today. At The Beacon scheme for veterans in North Yorkshire, a pop

VIDEO Clara da Costa recently moved into Riverside's Beck House in London, where she's become so involved that she is now the tenant representative, and is applying to become Tenant Inspector. However, as with many homeless people, she faced a struggle to

The weather continues to brighten, which means that a number of homelessness schemes up and down the country are planning their next set of activities around their gardens. Lucas Court in Romford is a project lucky enough to have a beautiful comm

Families at the Marie House women's refuge, for mothers and children fleeing domestic violence*, got to enjoy a weekend of enriching and exciting Easter fun. Support worker Kerry Birks describes the scheme's family activities throughout the long

Mental Health Awareness Week, from the 11-17 May, is approaching. Every year, people are encouraged to think about mental health issues, and how they might affect themselves, their loved ones and others around them. Mental health particularly aff

Donors to Church Housing Trust know that they are funding the little, day-to-day surprises that help to brighten up the difficult lives of homeless people, especially young mothers in schemes across the country. Not all mums are fortunate enough

As the weather brightens, it’s time for the homelessness schemes that Church Housing Trust raises funds for to start planning summer trips and activities. Fresh air and a break from their daily routine in supported housing does wonders for River

Amid national reports suggesting the life expectancy of homeless people is only 47 years, housing association Riverside created Big Health Day, an event to help homeless people reduce their impact on local GPs and NHS services and improve their heal

Housing association Riverside is celebrating the first anniversary of its Kent Advice Service for Single Homeless (KASSH), which works with 12 local authorities in Kent to support and house homeless people. Since the launch of the service at the

Housing provider Riverside is teaming up with Bristol City Council and its other partner organisations this week February) to highlight the plight of homeless people across the city. Bristol Homeless Awareness Week 2015 has been set up by t