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New developments in NOAH retail

With furniture so cheaply and readily available elsewhere, we have decided to end our time in furniture retail and focus on the new emerging community needs post-COVID, as well as developing our other shops. We are grateful to Luton Town Developments 2020 for the replacement property they have provided for us to move onto which…

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NOAH on the radio!

Listen to Paul Prosser, our Head of Welfare, in interview with Junior at AUK Radio. AUK Radio is a Luton based radio station dedicated to inspire and connect listeners through its programmes.

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NOAH Enterprise 5 Year Strategy

Founded in 1987, NOAH Enterprise has earned a reputation for working with people experiencing poverty and other disadvantages, to help them to make positive changes in their lives. Inspired by the life of St Vincent De Paul, our vocation is to provide practical help to those who need it most, and our door is open…

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Successful Completion of the Winter Migrant Housing Project

Over the last 14 months NOAH have had government funding to deliver a 9 bed project for migrants with no recourse to public funds so that they would have a safe place to stay in Luton. We were pleased to work closely with Jane and the team at Squared to make this project so effective….

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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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Little Miss Homeless

A short story detailing a homeless woman’s journey written and illustrated by Harriet Earle-Brown. Harriet is currently doing her PHD at University of Exeter, her research focuses on homeless women and so the inspiration for this book came from there. The story outlines Little Miss Homeless’ journey into homelessness and the importance of gendered approach…

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NOAH to work with Local Council to provide English Classes

‘The Government has awarded £188,663.28 to Bedford Borough council to help deliver services for ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) through 2020-21. The funding is part of a nationwide initiative by MHCLG (Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government) to facilitate 345 free community based classes in speaking, listening, reading and writing.’ ‘The Council will…

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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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