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Who We Are

We're St Giles, we help people held back by poverty, unemployment, the criminal justice system, homelessness, exploitation and abuse to build a positive future.

We're a national charity using real-life past experiences to provide advice, training and support to people facing challenges today.

Latest News

Destitution report highlights importance of social supermarkets and food banks

24 October 2023

[Press Release] A major report into destitution highlights importance of social supermarkets […]

World Food Day 2023

16 October 2023

In 2021/22, 4.7 million people (7%) in the UK were in food […]

Welcoming Labour’s commitment to fund Youth Workers in A&E

10 October 2023

[Press Release] In a speech today at Labour Conference Shadow Home Secretary […]

Lived experience contract awarded to St Giles Trust 

04 October 2023

St Giles Trust are pleased to announce NHS England has awarded the […]

Our Impact 2022/23

27,577
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27,577

intensive one-to-one interventions

385
County Lines

385

reduced County Lines and/or gang involvement

4,047
Supported By

4,047

people supported by Peer Advisors

5,446
Clients Engaged

5,446

clients engaged across community service projects

95,344
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95,344

SOS+ session participants

955
Client Employment

955

clients who found employment and/or education/training

5 Pantry Hubs
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5 Pantry Hubs

Continued to tackle food poverty 

148
LEarning To Advise

148

peer advisors completing the Learning to Advise course

Our work generates a £8.54 saving to the taxpayer for every £1 invested in our peer-led services

What we do

Children and families
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Children and families

Peer advice
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Peer advice

Women's services
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Women's services

Tackling poverty
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Tackling poverty

Child criminal exploitation
Schools

Child criminal exploitation

Work with prison leavers
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Work with prison leavers

Employment services
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Employment services

Commission Us
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Commission Us

Where we work

We provide services across the UK, coordinated from our regional and national hubs.

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