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Statement by the Luton Homeless Partnership

The Luton Homeless Partnership together deliver a variety of community services across the town including outreach, accommodation and a welfare centre in order to facilitate people moving away from homelessness and towards a better future. Over the years we have seen the changing levels of need in Luton and in particular the challenges faced by…

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Online Shopping with NOAH

With the second lockdown pushing non-essential stores to shut down across England once more. NOAH have worked hard to move our shopping online to help you still find the quality second-hand items you need and want at low prices. This has lead us to set up NOAH Enterprise profiles on multiple online platforms, to allow…

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NOAH Speaks to The Tablet

NOAH Enterprise’s Welfare Centre was able to speak with The Tablet to update them on the latest change in homelessness and what challenges we have been faced with since lockdown and what the next stages are in supporting rough sleepers off the streets: “Noah Enterprise, a member of the Catholic Social Action Network, has worked…

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Grand Christmas Charity Concert

Your chance to sing carols with a real orchestra live ! Presented by Luton Male Voice Choir Luton Concert Orchestra Dunstable Priory Girls’ Choir Saturday 21st December 2019 at 7:45pm – Doors open 7:15pm at St Mary’s R.C. Church, West Street, Dunstable LU6 1NY Admission £10 including programme, children upto 12 years entry free with…

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GTR staff adopt NOAH as one of three new charities for fundraising

Expect to see cycling challenges, cake sales and bucket shaking a-plenty as Govia Thameslink Railway staff throw their weight behind three vital charities following a company-wide vote. Hundreds of staff across the business voted for causes close to their hearts for the company to formally support for coming two years. Choosing from a shortlist of…

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Homeless people in Luton to receive flu vaccinations

A project to help homeless people in Luton receive flu vaccinations commences this week, when a team of health care professionals join forces to hold flu prevention drop-in clinics at a welfare centre for the homeless. Following the success of last year’s flu prevention clinics, this year’s drop-in sessions are being held at the NOAH…

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Investors in People Silver Status

We are delighted to announce that NOAH has been awarded silver status accreditation in Investors in People. Investors in People is an internationally recognised standard for people management. It reflects the latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to be a truly top performing business. As an organisation, IiP operates internationally in over 70 countries….

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2017/2018 Emergency Winter Shelter Report

The 10th NOAH Winter Shelter was open for 58 nights between 12th November 2017 and 20th March 2018 where temperatures fell below 0°c or other very poor weather conditions prevailed such as extreme wind chill conditions and/or freezing rain. Overall the shelter accommodated 130 people (94 last year) of 12 different nationalities and provided 1,182…

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Housing First – an innovative approach to homelessness

Housing First, has had considerable success in Canada and America, as well as Denmark, Finland and France – is being rolled out in Luton. Successful pilots are already operating in Newcastle, London, the Midlands and Greater Manchester as well as in Wales and Scotland. Surveys show the high success rate of this initiative: almost three…

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Irish Ambassador visits NOAH Enterprise’s Furniture Store

Irish Ambassador visits NOAH Enterprise’s Furniture Store Jim O’Connor MBE, NOAH’s CEO, was delighted to welcome His Excellency, Adrian O’Neill, Ambassador of Ireland, to NOAH Enterprise. In the midst of a concentrated visit to Luton, the Ambassador had called upon Luton Borough Council, the Irish Forum and, latterly, dropped in to see an important aspect…

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