Andrew Lord, Alabaré CEO, reflects on his childhood memories this Armistice Day.
Today, Alabaré has been selected to be a key partner in Op FORTITUDE, which aims to end homelessness amongst ex-Armed Forces personnel in the UK.
Over the last couple of months, there have been a few changes in our homes and services that we wanted to let you know about.
At Alabaré, our goal is to help people who are vulnerable or homeless to overcome the challenges they are facing and build new lives for themselves. Here, we explain upcoming changes to our Dorset service.
We welcomed the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Johnny Mercer MP, to Drummond Park in Ludgershall, Wiltshire, to meet with those involved in the veterans’ community project and discuss the huge benefits of collaboration between charity and industry in helping veterans.
We welcomed the Leader of Wiltshire Council, Cllr. Richard Clewer, to see the progress of the Drummond Park site at Ludgershall and meet the Alabaré Self-Builders involved in its construction.
While this milestone birthday is a time of celebration, it is also a time for reflection. The sad reality is that homelessness is as much a problem now as it ever was.
This week marks ten years since one of the most significant milestones in our Alabaré journey – the completion of Alabaré Place Salisbury.
At Salisbury Cathedral we hosted an event to celebrate our 30 years of changing the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our communities.