News & Events

December 2012

Find out how you can help us campaign and make a difference to the lives of homeless people as new research from Crisis shows the damage being done by housing benefit cuts.


 

Thousands of homeless people visited our Crisis at Christmas centres in December 2012 with all our residential centres filled to capacity and day centres busy throughout the whole week.


 

Hundreds of people have dived into the first annual Midwinter Swim and raised over ?10,000 for Crisis.


 

Crisis at Christmas has begun welcoming homeless guests to its centres across London.


 

Hidden Spire, an exciting new show performed by Crisis Skylight Oxford clients and professional actors, has been staged in collaboration with Arts at the Old Fire Station.


 

Thousands of pounds have been raised thanks to the stars and audience of Crisis Presents at the Hammersmith Apollo.


 

This year Crisis at Christmas will have five day centres and as per usual there will be a shuttle bus service to pick up volunteers and guests and transport them to the appropriate centre.


 

Two pairs of meet & greet passes to meet Emeli Sande before the Crisis Presents gig on Wednesday 19 December are now up for auction.


 

The efforts and achievements of some of society's most vulnerable people were recognised and celebrated on Friday (14 December) at a special graduation ceremony in Liverpool.


 

Ninety people gathered at the Blue Orange Theatre in Birmingham to recognise and celebrate the learning achievements of Crisis Skylight Birmingham clients.


 

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