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Issue 32, June 2014

Thames Reach email newsletter

A Polish man found sleeping rough in north London
The work of Thames Reach’s London Reconnection Project has received a boost in the shape of a £120,000 grant from the Comic Relief Safer Lives Programme.

Nick Bolton with bike

Thames Reach supporter's cycling adventure

Long-time Thames Reach supporter Nick Bolton is embarking on a fundraising adventure in aid of Thames Reach – cycling the 1000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats.



Chancellor's Cat in Street Rescue Operation

Chancellor George Osborne’s cat Freya was found and helped home by an outreach worker from the homelessness charity Thames Reach after she found her in distress on the streets of Vauxhall last night.

Abdul Shahid and Will Norman

Rotary Club support for Thames Reach

Rotary Club members from London’s East End visited a Thames Reach outreach team in Tower Hamlets this week to donate a selection of toiletries to the capital’s homeless and to hear about and witness the work of a homelessness charity.

Staff from Thames Reach's 3DFD project

Thames Reach diabetes project wins prestigious award

An innovative project developed in partnership between Thames Reach and Kings College Hospital has won one of the prestigious British Medical Journal (BMJ) Awards for its work in supporting people with diabetes.

Digi-buddies 3

Digi-buddies for Lambeth residents

Thames Reach is working in partnership with Lambeth Council to deliver an innovative new IT peer support project to help local residents get online.

Nick Rodrigues and Martyn Robson

Thames Reach recognised in Sunday Times list

Thames Reach has been recognised as one of Britain’s top not-for-profit employers in the Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work For list 2014, being placed at 94th on the list.

Prime Development employee Giulia Farolfi

Challenge yourself
Thames Reach is offering up a series of sporting opportunities and challenges this year for cyclists and runners to do the thing they love or for people to try something new, whilst raising money for the homeless.

Please help us to continue supporting homeless and vulnerable people by donating to Thames Reach

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