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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.

Online volunteer applications are now open for Crisis at Christmas in Birmingham, Coventry, Edinburgh, London and Newcastle.

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

A team of 36 supporters took on a 230m zipwire challenge in Newcastle, raising money to support Crisis' work in the North East.

The mixed-media sculpture collection was on display at the Vane Gallery as part of the city's The Late Shows festival.

A boat built by homeless & vulnerably housed people working with Crisis in Newcastle has taken to the water at a special ceremony.

Homeless people looking for work boosted their job prospects and met with local businesses at an employment fair in Newcastle at the Quorum Business Park.

Crisis in Newcastle has been recognised for its part in an allotment scheme giving homeless people the chance to grow their skills while working together.

Around 250 people learnt more about different opportunities to volunteer in the homelessness sector at a special event organised by Crisis.

Watch Crisis' new film and see what happened when we welcomed more than 4,000 people in from the cold this Christmas

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

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

Watch Crisis' new film and see what happened when the first Crisis at Christmas centres opened on 23 December.

Crisis has opened 12 centres welcoming homeless guests in London, Newcastle and Edinburgh in from the cold for warmth, comfort and access to vital services this Christmas.

Crisis at Christmas day centres are safe, warm and vibrant places to spend the festive period in London, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

This year Crisis will host special carol services in London, Newcastle and Edinburgh. Reserve your free tickets for a unique Christmas experience.

Ed Sheeran is supporting a new campaign by homelessness charity Crisis calling for action so that all homeless people can get the help they need to find a place to call home.

Photography group takes a fresh look at Crisis' work.

The singer-songwriter joined Crisis clients for a songwriting class.

People who have been helped by Crisis tell their story as part of a new Impact Report.

Help make Christmas happen for homeless people in London, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle clients and staff came together to mark their achievements at the recent Victorian-themed Summer School.

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

A new mural painted by a member of the art class has been unveiled at Crisis Skylight Newcastle.

34 fundraisers braved a 230m zip across the Tyne, raising money to support Crisis Skylight Newcastle.

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

Homeless people looking for work boosted their prospects and met local businesses at a week of employment training at Crisis Skylight Newcastle.

Crisis at Christmas Newcastle opened its doors on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, helping more than 300 homeless people in from the cold.

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Crisis has opened ten centres welcoming homeless guests in from the cold for warmth, comfort and access to vital services.

Crisis clients, volunteers and staff have come together to host special Crisis Christmas Parties in Oxford and Newcastle.

Thousands of people are being asked to donate their time over the festive period and volunteer for Crisis at Christmas 2013 in London, Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Crisis at Christmas needs big empty buildings to offer warmth, comfort and life-changing services to thousands of homeless people this Christmas, and will start to recruit volunteers in October.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle has marked the end of its 'Go Green, Get Active' summer school with a range of performances by homeless clients.

Homeless Crisis Skylight Newcastle clients have begun work on a new project which will see them build, paint and go out on the water in their own boat.

A new exhibition has opened at the Crisis Skylight Newcastle Cafe featuring a range of artwork created by homeless and vulnerably housed clients in response to their local area.

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.

Charlie Lewis has been awarded OCN East Region Outstanding Learner Award for his commitment to learning through Crisis Skylight Newcastle.

Crisis supporters across the North East have taken part in a number of innovative events to raise money to help homeless people in the region.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle will be showcasing a celebration of clients' work this June as part of Festival of the North East, a month-long celebration of creativity and innovation across the region.

An event to help homeless and vulnerably housed clients from Crisis Skylight Newcastle into work has been held with attendance from employers from across the region.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle has introduced a new museums class, giving clients the chance to enjoy new exhibitions and come together to discuss what they've seen.

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

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.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle is braced for its busiest Christmas ever, opening its doors to 300 homeless people over the festive period.

This year Crisis will host Carol Services in the historic surrounds of London's Southwark Cathedral and The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas in Newcastle.

Cardboard Shelter is bringing together artists from across the UK to contribute to an art exhibition in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside, to raise money for Crisis.

Crisis Skylight Cafe Newcastle is holding a winter pork feast to celebrate the beginning of the Christmas period, Crisis' busiest time of year.

Ed Sheeran took part in a guitar class at Crisis, Skylight education, training and employment centre in Newcastle on Saturday 10 November and helped launch No Going Home, defending housing benefit for young people.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle could win £15,000 funding from People's Postcode Trust and it's your online vote that can make the difference.

A giant cabbage has been donated to the kitchen at Crisis Skylight Cafe Newcastle.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle is delighted to announce its second zip slide event to raise vital funds.

After a successful year and a special sold out event, the team at Crisis Skylight Newcastle Cafe is feeling positive about the year to come.

Simon Tennet, head chef at Crisis Skylight Newcastle Cafe, who for years ran the Fisherman's Wharf seafood restaurant on the city's Quayside, is to recreate the famous venue during a special evening at the Cafe.

The Crisis Skylight Newcastle drama group has performed 'Sheerluck Holmes and the peculiar case of a movie star's marriage' at a special event hosted by the Crisis Skylight Cafe after weeks of dedicated rehearsal.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle held a special event last month to celebrate work produced by homeless and vulnerably housed people at the Centre's first creative summer school.

Nearly £600 has been raised by a Crisis supporter who braved extreme weather conditions to take part in the Great North Swim.

A staff member at Crisis Skylight Newcastle was one of a select few to be chosen to carry the Olympic Torch through the North East on its journey to the Capital.

Artists working out of Crisis Skylight Newcastle are now exhibiting their work at the world-renowned BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead as part of the Crisis Commission.

Homeless and vulnerably housed trainees and staff from the Crisis Skylight Newcastle Cafe have earned top awards at a major event for the North East's hospitality and catering industry.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle has teamed up with NE1's Newcastle Fashion Week and The Living Room Newcastle to create a swap shop for pre-loved clothes.

Crisis Skylight Newcastle welcomed more than 250 guests to their Christmas activities and is looking forward to seeing many of them return in the New Year.

A new workbook aimed at helping people who have suffered serious brain injuries to live independently has been published by a Crisis Skylight Newcastle member.

The Great North Swim has taken place, and this year several people participated to raise money for Crisis.

On Wednesday evening Crisis Skylight Newcastle hosted its annual volunteers surprise evening. The event is held each year in the Skylight Cafe on City Road, in order to celebrate and thank Crisis' numerous volunteers.

Renowned film director Ken Loach met homeless film fans when he visited Crisis Skylight Newcastle's Open Cinema Film Club this week.

The Great North Rnu

The creative project run in conjunction with Helix Arts and Cyrenians, saw formerly homeless and vulnerable people write and perform the play, 'The Great North Rnu'.

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The Northern Rock Foundation has donated £150,000 to support Crisis Skylight Newcastle and the work it does in the city.

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The first Annual Crisis Members' Conferences were held in London and Newcastle last week, each attracting nearly 60 members as well as hosting speakers from Barnardo's, Homeless Link and Launchpad.

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