The Providence Row Film Club meets Rich Mix

30 January 2018

For people who are homeless, either sleeping rough on the streets or at risk of homelessness, life can be fraught with difficulty and danger. Here at Providence Row we help support people going through this traumatic time with our range of services, offering advice and support around housing, money and health as well as a range of learning, wellbeing and training activities. 

Providence Row has received a Big Lottery Fund Grant of £438,838

2 January 2018
The BLF has supported Providence Row's Learning and Wellbeing Programme with a grant

Providence Row Podcast #1 World AIDS day

30 November 2017

In this, our first Health & Wellbeing podcast, we're talking to Liz, our Senior Worker (health and wellbeing) and Holly, our Peer Mentor Coordinator, about our recent work with Positive East and how we're marking World AIDS Day 2017 at our centre. 

Introducing Annette, our employability coordinator

30 August 2017

Hello, my name is Annette and I started working at Providence Row in May this year as Enterprise and Training Coordinator. My last job was at a local authority supporting families that were furthest away from the labour market into employment. I felt that I could put my experience and qualifications in Information and Guidance to good use within the homeless sector and so applied for this job - only just making the deadline! And I’m really glad I did.  

Providence Row and Berkeley Homes (North East London) Ltd win award

27 June 2017

East End homelessness charity Providence Row and company partner Berkeley Homes (North East London) Ltd were celebrating last week after receiving a Corporate Engagement Award for Best charity, NGO or NFP programme.

Providence Row appoints new Chief Executive

2 May 2017

Tom is a former director of international development agency CAFOD.  He joined CAFOD in 2003, and as Head of Regional Teams developed a new supporter strategy which doubled the number of active volunteers to 5,800, which contributed to income growth from £29m to £35.7m between 2008 and 2015. 

#EU10Homelessness Exchange - the final report

20 December 2016


2 December 2016

Many of you may have seen the current trend sweeping social media – the #MannequinChallenge has seen everyone from the Obama’s to the England football squad getting involved. As its popularity grew we were approached by TOAD, a creative agency with awards for charity films under their belts, who felt the current craze was “vain” and wanted to give it some meaning. On December 1 Providence Row launches its own mannequin challenge. We are urging people to not stand still but instead make a difference by donating to Providence Row this Christmas. £5 could help us provide a warm welcome for a rough sleeper, including a cup of tea, breakfast and hot shower. You can view the film here:

Providence Row's Catering Trainee Scheme has won the Social Justice SME award 2014.

19 November 2014

The Social Justice SME Award was set up in 2013 to highlight the work of small and medium sized companies who have made a real difference to the lives of vulnerable people. The award acknowledges and celebrates the role that businesses often play in turning around the lives of individuals and supporting communities.

Our work with the Royal London Hospital has been nominated for an Andy Ludlow award

18 September 2014

Our ‘Routes to Roots’ service for homeless hospital patients in Tower Hamlets has been nominated for a prestigious Andy Ludlow Award

Providence Row is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 07452798 and registered charity number 1140192. Its registered office is at The Dellow Centre, 82 Wentworth Street, London, E1 7SA.
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