Stroud News and Journal 29th August

Marah Trust has raised more than £100 at its 100 Friends meet and greet fundraising event in the grounds of St Laurence Church.

A free drop-in service is run three times a week by the Stroud-based Christian charitable organisation the Marah Trust.

Volunteers offer a free hot meal with no questions asked and give rough sleepers a welcoming place to meet and socialise.

From its hub at the Stroud Valley Scouting & Community Centre in Chapel Street, they work with people on the margins of society, those who are excluded from the everyday, positive experiences of life due to their circumstances.

29 Aug 2017 / Matt Bass

The full article can be found here: Article.

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Volunteers at the Marah Trust helping to keep Stroud homeless people fed and sheltered

11 Apr 2017 / Jamie Wiseman

The full article can be found here: Article.

Homelessness and an example of Marah’s work

The aim of the sleep-out was to raise awareness of homelessness and to raise funds for the Marah Trust, who support vulnerable and socially excluded people in Stroud.

More details can be found here: Flyer, Press Release.

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