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Donate your last hours wages of the decade

Issue 16, December 2009. With season's greetings.


Make your last working hour of the decade count

Homelessness charity Thames Reach is calling on the public to donate their last hour's salary of the decade to help homeless people.


Drugs and super strength

Homelessness charity Thames Reach’s campaign against the destructive super-strength drinks trade received a huge boost after Labour MP Martin Linton urged Chancellor Alistair Darling to increase tax on beers and ciders over 6% in strength.  


Aviva support for Thames Reach

Photograph of Dalton sitting among pots of paint

Aviva's London based office has selected Thames Reach as one of their four local London based charities to support through fundraising and staff volunteering.
Aviva presented Thames Reach with a cheque for £15,000 and their staff voted for the money to go towards Thames Reach's Moving In Moving On (MIMO) painting and decorating project.


Thames Reach scoops London Excellence Award

London excellence award winner logo

Homelessness charity Thames Reach has scooped a prestigious London Excellence Award for its customer focus. The charity fought off competition from organisations within the private, public and voluntary sectors to win the award, which recognises world-class standards. The awards aim to identify and reward those organisations that innovate and identify the best practice approaches which produce success.


Jeremy Swain's blog

Photograph of Thames Reach Chief Executive Jeremy Swain

Thames Reach Chief Executive Jeremy Swain has been writing a blog looking at ending homelessness in London. Jeremy's blog explores what it's like leading an organisation with a £20 million turnover in a business-like way and staying true to the 7,000 homeless and former homeless people that Thames Reach supports.

His blog has also since been syndicated by the Civil Society website.  


Thames Reach Christmas cards

Thames Reach Christmas card 2009

Christmas is a particularly important time of year for Thames Reach and the work we do. It is at this time of year that homeless and vulnerable people can feel especially isolated and alone.




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