Spires needs our help!

Spires needs our help to ensure essential services continue to serve the community

Nicole and Scott spent the morning at the Spires last month to catch up with the CEO, Matt, of Streatham’s homelessness charity. Matt explained how  the increasing cost of living is impacting on both their service users and their ability to maintain services whilst also struggling to find a new base.  

Spires is a South London based charity that helps hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people all year round. They work to improve the quality of life for people who are homeless, insecurely housed, unemployed or suffering from the effects of poverty, mental health related issues and loneliness.

Please watch a short video about the visit below!

How to get involved:

Fundraise – You can support Spires by raising money through fundraising. Whether this be a small event in your community, school, or workplace, they would appreciate any efforts in raising money towards their work.

Volunteer – Spires would not be all that it is without the incredible enthusiasm, and dedication of all their volunteers. Their efforts allow Spires to deliver a large range of services to the most vulnerable people in our community. Volunteers are always needed to help us continue to deliver their services.

Work together – They work with several organisations across the UK to create partnerships that are mutually beneficial and deliver real change for vulnerable people experiencing homelessness. They value working with organisations that share their ambitions and want to help provide more stability to those who are homeless.

Donate – Every donation that we receive supports their work in ensuring that those who are experiencing homelessness can build towards a more secure and safer future. By donating to Spires, you are directly helping them continue to provide vital services to vulnerable people in the South London community. You can donate on just giving by clicking the link here.

Spires are on also twitter! Follow for updates and information about how you can support them.

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