Posts Categorized: Projects

CRASH helps provide a home for homeless people in Winchester

CRASH is delighted to have helped Winchester Churches Nightshelter refurbish their new move-on accommodation ‘Ben’s House,’ which will provide four homeless people with a much needed home after their stay at the Nightshelter, thanks to CRASH Patrons and supporters. The Nightshelter runs 365 days a year to enable people to rebuild their lives and escape… Read more »

CRASH helps Greenwich & Bexley Hospice create new kitchen

CRASH is thrilled to announce the completion of a new kitchen at Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice, providing meals to patients, thanks to the generosity of CRASH Patrons. The hospice provide specialist palliative care to people who have a terminal illness, along with facilities for their families and carers. The charity applied to CRASH to help… Read more »

CRASH helps transform a homelessness day centre in Cambridge

CRASH is delighted that the building works at Wintercomfort for the homeless are now complete thanks to the dedication, perseverance and hard-work of CRASH Patrons BAM Construct UK and Imtech and a number of CRASH supporters. Wintercomfort for the homeless is a busy day centre in Cambridge that supports men and women who are homeless by… Read more »

CRASH helps St Catherines Hospice

CRASH is thrilled to announce that the new car park at St Catherine’s Hospice is complete thanks to CRASH Patrons, led by Arcadis and Hanson. Over the course of the last year, St Catherine’s Hospice cared for around 2,000 adults living with terminal illness in Sussex and Surrey as well as their families and carers…. Read more »

CRASH provides a home for six homeless people in Brighton

CRASH is delighted to announce the completion of Manor Cottage at Emmaus Brighton & Hove, which will provide a much needed home for six homeless people, thanks to the generosity and team work of CRASH Patrons. Emmaus Communities offer homeless people companionship, a place to live and work, and an opportunity to integrate back into… Read more »

CRASH HELPS: Rennie Grove Hospice Care

‘‘When you are diagnosed with a life-limiting illness your life is thrown into complete turmoil so attending support sessions at Rennie Grove Hospice Care is hugely beneficial and having the ability to park removes the stress and anxiety associated with trying to get to the appointment on time. It is the simple things that make… Read more »

CRASH HELPS: Edinburgh Cyrenians

CRASH HELPS: EDINBURGH CYRENIANS  Edinburgh Cyrenians’ Cook School, which supports people who are homeless, has been transformed thanks to the generosity and dedication of CRASH Patrons, led by A-Plant, Arcadis, British Gypsum, Buildbase, Dulux Trade and Mott Macdonald. Prue Leith, famous restaurateur, opened the new kitchen:  ”I am delighted to open this superbly equipped Cook… Read more »

Completed Project: Blyth Star Enterprises

Completed Project: Blyth Star Enterprises CRASH is delighted to announce the completion of two new apartments at Blyth Star Enterprises thanks to the generosity and dedication of CRASH Patrons: British Gypsum, Knauf Insulation, Dulux Trade and CRASH supporters: Lucion Environmental, Altro and Howdens Joinery Co. Based in Northumberland, Blyth Star Enterprises seeks to help people… Read more »

Completed Project: Ben’s Centre

Project Completion: Ben’s Centre CRASH is delighted to announce the transformation of Ben’s Centre thanks to the generosity and support of CRASH Patrons: Imtech, Arcadis, AECOM, Dulux Trade, Hilti and a number of CRASH supporters. Ben’s Centre is a drop-in centre and outreach service which supports some of the most vulnerable people within Sheffield’s homeless… Read more »

CRASH Patrons Reflect on an eye opening visit to Emmaus Village Carlton

Emmaus Village Carlton (EVC) is a homelessness charity based in North Bedfordshire.  Emmaus provides a real workable alternative to homelessness, offering people a home, support and companionship, and meaningful work in their onsite social enterprises as a route out of homelessness for the residents – called Companions. CRASH and our Patron Companies have worked with… Read more »