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Our values of care, compassion, generosity, and respect remain the guiding force of our work

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Alabaré was founded out of the simple act of providing a place of safety for one homeless man, Bob.

Over the years, our charity has grown and developed way beyond those initial ambitions, but our goal remains to help people who are vulnerable build bright futures, homes and minds for themselves.

Who we are today

Today, we support thousands of people each year through our homes and services across England and Wales. Our founding principles of care, compassion, generosity and respect have remained the guiding force of our work. We are a charity supporting vulnerable, homeless and marginalised people.  We help them transform their lives, providing accommodation and helping them gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to live a fulfilled life (Based on John 10:10 I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly).

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Our vision

We welcome people of all faiths and none to our homes, and to be part of Alabaré and work so that together we can achieve our vision of a society where everyone has the opportunity to live a fulfilling life.

We continue to be true to our Christian roots; driven by a passion for those overlooked, neglected or abandoned by society in a way that does not judge but rather offers hope and practical care to those who need it most.

Support is provided at Alabaré by our team of chaplains under the guidance of our Senior Chaplain.

Read our founding story
Boots on the Ground disabled veteran at the top of mountain Pen Y Fan in Wales

Our mission

Our Mission is to support people to find purpose, hope and meaning in their lives by providing:

  • Good quality accommodation – a safe home until they can find a permanent home.
  • Professional support and advice – offering choice and explaining consequences.
  • Training in life skills.
  • Care, compassion and respect – listening to their needs and aspirations.
  • Support in overcoming the barriers they face in transforming their lives.
Clients at Alabare Place and Somewhere to Go services in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Our principles

Our Principles are embodied in the professional nature of our work.  They are:

  • Integrity – expressed in honesty and reliability, transparency, accountability and trustworthiness.
  • Inclusiveness – welcoming people from all backgrounds, treating them fairly, recognising and valuing their distinctiveness as individuals.
  • Empowerment – creating an environment that enables people to take control of their own lives, by listening to them and offering choice wherever possible.
  • Equality – in the delivery of services to our service users and employment of staff, and recognising and valuing the diversity of the communities we serve.
  • Collaboration – in our enthusiasm for working in partnership with others.

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It’s so good to see two positive pathways projects working together, providing activities to support veterans’ mental health.

Finola Pickwell

How you can help

We can’t do what we do without our supporters and fundraisers, whether it is fundraising, taking part in our public events, or whether it is by volunteering your time and working alongside our clients.

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Volunteer

Across England and Wales, specifically across the south and the south-west, hundreds of volunteers dedicate their time to our services for homeless adults, young people, veterans and those with learning disabilities.

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Leave a legacy

By leaving a gift to Alabaré in your will, you can help us continue to be there for homeless and vulnerable people who have nowhere else to turn long into the future. See the link for our free will service.

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Events

Our events help us continue to fund life-changing care and support for homeless adults, young people, veterans and those with learning disabilities. Consider our calendar of events, including our signature BIG Sleeps.

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