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Watch this film and see how Crisis' volunteers and donors helped thousands of homeless people enjoy warmth, comfort and companionship this Christmas.


Thank you to the thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters who helped make Crisis at Christmas happen for homeless people across the country.


Although Crisis at Christmas may be over for the year, Crisis classes and courses run year-round across the UK. Find out how we could help you make a new start.


Crisis has opened its Christmas centres welcoming homeless guests in London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Coventry in from the cold for warmth, comfort and access to vital services.


Crisis Carol services have been taking place in Edinburgh, London, Newcastle and - for the first time - in Birmingham this month.


A series of public events in September will open a window on artists at work in Crisis Skylight studios across the UK.


The team of homeless & vulnerably housed people from Crisis Skylight Birmingham travelled to London to join 1,250 runners at the Crisis Square Mile Run.


More than 40 homeless people have come together in Birmingham to celebrate the world of literature at a special World Book Night event.


Homeless people looking for work met with local businesses at employment events in Birmingham and Coventry. The events were part of a national Employment Fortnight run by Crisis.


Crisis has been giving advice on helping homeless people move into rented accommodation at a series of events across the country.


Crisis classes and courses run year-round across the UK. Find out how we could help you make a new start.


Homeless people in Coventry and Birmingham have been celebrating their achievements at local events marking the end of Crisis' autumn term.


People who have attended Artist Mentoring classes with Crisis are presenting and selling their work at Crisis Skylight Birmingham's Art Crawl exhibition.


Homeless people across the UK are making a fresh start this summer at a series of classes run by Crisis.


Homeless people who have attended innovative classes and courses with Crisis came together in Birmingham to celebrate their achievements during Adult Learners' Week.


To mark Volunteers' Week, Crisis thanked people like Bal who donate their time to help homeless people to get back on their feet.


Leading artists and members of Crisis art classes across the country attended a glittering private view of the Crisis Commission exhibition.


More than 30 homeless and vulnerably housed people have come together in Birmingham to celebrate World Book Night.


Crisis Skylight Birmingham clients have already visited five major West Midlands arts venues as part of Trips and Talks, a weekly visual arts course.


Get where you want to be, with classes, activities and services for homeless people.


Volunteers, supporters and staff came together at special events across the country to recognise the achievements of homeless people in courses and activities run by Crisis.


Crisis clients have told their homelessness stories at a 'Human Library' event in Birmingham.


Crisis Skylight Birmingham clients have been taught the tricks of the coffee trade at a special Behind the Scenes employment session.


A week long programme of events at Crisis in Birmingham explored the work and life of William Shakespeare, encouraging clients to get creative.


Homeless artists at Crisis Skylight centres across the UK will be exhibiting at Art in Crisis, a national festival of visual and performing arts running from 17 July to 3 August.


A group of ten people from Crisis Skylight Birmingham are preparing for a special trip to Compton Verney to view artwork by clients Andy Anderson and William James West.


The artwork of clients from Crisis Skylight Birmingham is being shown alongside important examples of British folk art, at award winning art gallery Compton Verney in Warwickshire.


Neil Harvey, a client at Crisis Skylight Birmingham, has paid tribute to two Big Issue sellers, who were killed on January 11.


Impressive artwork from Crisis Skylight clients is being exhibited in London and Birmingham this winter.


Crisis Skylight learning and education centres across the country have begun enrolment for the Winter Term, which starts this month.


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


Homeless and vulnerably housed artists are showcasing their work at an exhibition run by Crisis Skylight Birmingham.


Crisis Skylight Birmingham will host an art exhibition next month to showcase the work of artists who have experienced homelessness.


Clients, volunteers and staff from Crisis Skylight Birmingham were joined by a variety of supporters as they gathered at the annual Summer Celebration event in the heart of the city.


Six homeless and vulnerably housed Crisis clients visited The New Art Gallery Walsall as part of a course to develop critical skills and informed opinions about art and culture last week.


Members of Crisis Skylight Centres will soon be hitting the airwaves after a course in podcasting was launched at the Birmingham centre.


Skylight Birmingham has held a graduation ceremony for the clients who have been working hard, and taking courses since the beginning of April.


Crisis Skylight Birmingham, the new Crisis branch in the midlands, has started brightly with over 113 attendees in its first term of the year.

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The official inauguration of the new Crisis Skylight Centre in Birmingham took place in December at the Custard Factory Theatre.

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