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Volunteering During a Pandemic (Terrie’s Story)

“I have volunteered with NOAH for nearly 4 years now. When the lockdown was actioned, I contacted NOAH straight away as I work for the local airport and lots of people were being furloughed  and would have extra time on their hands. Although I wasn’t furloughed myself, my hours were reduced, so when NOAH asked…

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Eamon’s Story (Learner’s Case Study)

“I wanted to thank NOAH for a really enjoyable and productive workshop the last 3 weeks! Before I started the course, I was aware I may be covering some previous knowledge and experience with mindfulness but the course has shown me that you can ‘teach a dog new tricks’. There is always more learning to…

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Angie’s Story (Volunteer Case Study)

“I first started volunteering at NOAH Academy in February 2019 after leaving the civil service. I had lots of time on my hands so I wanted to fill out my days with something constructive. I had always wanted to volunteer but unfortunately working full time meant that I was unable to. I decided that I…

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Flavio’s Story (A Case Study)

Flavio is a qualified economist and IT worker from Romania. In March 2019 he was sleeping rough at Luton Airport as he arrived in a desperate search for work.He had previously been working in a warehouse in Coventry and had returned to visit his wife in Romania as she had cancer but his job in Coventry…

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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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Hundreds of litres of soup for those who are sleeping rough

Hundreds of litres of soup was delivered to those who were sleeping rough thanks to the work of schools and businesses in Luton. Ferrars Junior School, Beech Hill, Pirton Hill and Downside Primary School, NOAH Enterprise, Roland Allen Ltd and Sparshotts Fruiterers worked together on the idea to help the homeless. Brian Herbert, Business Manager…

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Unique community shop for Lewsey Farm

A unique community shop serving a dual purpose has opened in Lewsey Farm. It aims to provide low cost furniture, fashions and bric-a-brac to the local community, with all profits going towards helping the homeless. It’s the fourth in NOAH Enterprise’s growing retail operation and will be open Monday to Saturday, from 8.30am to 4.30pm. Chief…

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Generous donation from the Screwfix Foundation

NOAH Enterprise, based in Luton, is celebrating after being awarded £5,000 worth of funding from The Screwfix Foundation, a charity which supports projects to fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and facilities for those in need. Jim O’Connor, the Chief Executive of NOAH Enterprise, said: “We are very grateful to The Screwfix Foundation for donating…

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BOUTIQUE, C’est Chic…

Our boutique store has had a makeover! NOAH’s flagship charity fashion store in George Street, Luton reopened recently following a full refurbishment, giving it a fresh, modern look. The revitalised store stocks our highest quality range of women’s designer and vintage clothing, with items by Per Una, French Connection, Monsoon and Diesel amongst the finds….

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