Spring Connect: Finding hope in challenging times

In these fast-changing times, pause with us to read about the impact your support has been having on men, women and families affected by homelessness and poverty. 
Read the Spring Connect magazineWhen we wrote the magazine in February, the world was a very different place. We rewrote the introduction in light of the changing circumstances, but a week later and that is already out of date as well. Due to current strict restrictions and our desire to keep our guests, families and staff safe, we’re now redirecting our services to provide support and maintain relationships by phone. This means we can support our guests as they stay at home.  

But we still want to share with you about the impact your support has been having – with feedback from the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter, a new baby sensory class at our Child and Family Centre and a creative partnership between our art class and a local church. 
Thank you for all your support which has enabled the stories in this issue of Connect and will help us continue to support our guests in times when the needs of those who are already vulnerable and the challenges of how to (remotely) walk with them through this are only increasing. Please follow us on social media for up to date news of how we're continuing to support men. women and families affected by homelessness and poverty in these times. 

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