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Posted20.11.17

Saville’s best gift ever

Saville suffered from complex mental health issues and became homeless. His Best Gift Ever this Christmas would be to find a job in the New Year.

Due to his complex mental health needs, Saville’s family were no longer able to support him and he became homeless. With support from our Health and Wellbeing team, Saville is now in a much stronger and stable position and is ready to move on.

Evolve help people like Saville not only with accommodation but with robust support and care around mental health and wellbeing. With donations like yours we can continue to give people like Saville the vital help they need to move on into independence.

With your donations we can continue to provide services such as our Health + Wellbeing and Work + Learning programmes to help other homeless people like Saville to regain their lives and move on into independence. Your donations are vital in filling the gap between government funding and providing a full holistic service to help enable people to break out of the cycle of homelessness and become independent.

Donating via JustGiving means we can also claim the GiftAid for your donation, or if you would like to buy a homeless person a Christmas gift, please visit here for gift ideas.

You can also text ‘BEST73 £5’ to 70070 to donate £5.

– A gift of £5 could pay for ingredients for a homeless person to cook themselves a hot meal

– A gift of £10 could pay for a travel card for a homeless person to get to appointments or work experience/ training

– A gift of £15 could provide one hour of counselling for a homeless person

– A gift of £20 could pay for a Level 1 Food and Hygiene certificate to increase skills and employability

– A gift of £35 could provide a Welcome Starter Pack for a homeless person including basic toiletries, towel and kitchen set

– A gift of £45 could pay for a workshop with OCN accreditation e.g. CV workshop, digital skills, employability coaching

– A gift of £150 could pay for a baby starter pack for a homeless teenage parent

Spread the word about our Christmas campaign to help us support more homeless people gain independence. Follow us on social @EvolveLDN or download our social media pack and give your Facebook and Twitter profiles a festive makeover!