Posts Categorized: Projects

CRASH Patrons provide a much-needed home for people recovering from homelessness and addiction in London

The need Kairos Community Trust help homeless men and women who have been homeless and have substance misuse issues. They offer five key services as the steppingstones to recovery – detox, residential rehab, day programme rehab, supported housing and aftercare. Homelessness and addiction are twin problems, and Kairos believe that the journey to recovery begins… Read more »

CRASH Patrons show how engineering is vital to help homeless people

HRH The Duchess of Cornwall meets CRASH Patrons at Emmaus Greenwich  The Emmaus community support people who have experienced homelessness by providing them with a home and meaningful work in a community setting. This helps people regain their self-esteem and find a positive way to move forward with their lives.  Emmaus Greenwich is one of… Read more »

CRASH helps Ashgate Hospicecare transform their crowded, busy bays into nine beautiful bedrooms

Ashgate Hospicecare provide specialist palliative and end of life care to the people of North Derbyshire. Their dedicated team help to improve the quality of patients’ lives after receiving a terminal diagnosis, when every single day is so precious. The hospice supports patients’ families, practically and emotionally, whilst they care for their loved one and… Read more »

CRASH helps London homelessness charity with life-changing building project

The Upper Room has been helping homeless and vulnerable people since 1990. Since opening as a soup kitchen 25 years ago, the charity’s services have developed dramatically. It now runs three main projects which give people who are socially disadvantaged the tools and skills they need to restore their dignity, reduce their risk of homelessness… Read more »

CRASH helps renovate support centre for homeless and vulnerable adults in Nottingham

Emmanuel House support the most vulnerable citizens in Nottingham to tackle isolation, vulnerability and homelessness. They have between 60 and 90 visitors every day which equates to over 23,000 each year.  They offer essential survival services including access to hot food and drinks, the opportunity to change into clean, dry clothing and shower and laundry… Read more »

CRASH creates a much-needed family apartment for a children’s hospice in Oxford

CRASH helped Helen & Douglas House children’s hospice refurbish one of their family flats. This will allow children with life-limiting conditions to receive specialist end of life care, whilst remaining close to their parents and families. Helen & Douglas House care for terminally ill children, young adults and their families in Oxford and the surrounding… Read more »

CRASH helps to create a much-needed family bedroom for a children’s hospice in London

CRASH has created an additional bedroom at Richard House Children’s Hospice. This will allow children with life-limiting conditions to stay and receive 24-hour palliative care, whilst remaining close to their parents and families. Richard House Children’s Hospice provide specialist care for babies, children and young adults who have life shortening or complex health conditions such… Read more »

CRASH helps refurbish Recovery Hub and supported housing for homeless people in London

© Photos by Mike O’Dwyer CRASH Charity helped Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT) completely refurbish their Recovery Hub, as well as renovate several living spaces at their supported housing accommodation. Spitalfields Crypt Trust help vulnerable homeless people recover from drug and alcohol addiction through training, work experience and employment. Their long term support helps people to… Read more »