21/12/2018

St David’s College gives back to the community this Christmas. 64 people have been given a place to go this Christmas, thanks to St David’s students Staff and students at Cardiff-based St David’s Catholic Sixth Form College, have come together to raise over £1,800 for the homeless community in Cardiff. With the money raised, St David’s has provided 64 people with a place to go this Christmas. Just £28.18 buys someone three meals, a bed, a shower, a health check and treatment, expert…

29/08/2018

  CENTREPOINT’S BIG BROTH FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN SEEKS 3,000 SOUPER TROUPERS The leading youth homelessness charity will bring the nation together this autumn for the first ever Soupathon! The charity’s Big Broth will turn the nation into Souper Troupers, with the aim of more than 3,000 soup parties being held across the country in homes, offices and community spaces from 2nd-10th November 2018. In an effort to raise money to support Centrepoint’s work with homeless 16-25 year olds, the organisers hope…

13/03/2018

From today (March 12), people in Cardiff can now use their contactless debit or credit cards to donate to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as part of new alternative giving scheme, Give DIFFerently. Funded through FOR Cardiff, an interactive screen featuring Cardiff Blues’ Sam Warburton, has been installed on the Hayes. The screen and technology behind it enables members of the public to ‘Card it for Cardiff’ by tapping their card on the window at any…

06/02/2015

Almost half of online adults aged 18+ in Wales (46 per cent) say they always, or almost always do nothing when they see someone in the street who is homeless, compared to 54 per cent across the UK. More than a quarter of people in Wales say the main cause of homelessness is alcohol or drug addiction (30 per cent), followed by debt (20 per cent), according to new research commissioned by The Salvation Army and carried out by Ipsos…