Kingston night shelter – a haven for the homeless… by Giovanna Laryea, Everyday Kingston

Everyday Kingston will be running a night shelter with other Kingston churches throughout February. We’ll be responsible for every Saturday (from Saturday evening into Sunday morning) in February, hosting people who would otherwise be sleeping outside in the cold nights. We will be providing healthy meals and accommodation, but most importantly a safe and friendly […]

RESCO – dismantling poverty through business… by Deb Kurosu, Everyday Wimbledon.

Just a quick post to tell you about RESCO, a social enterprise that helps people who have been long term unemployed (due to convictions, a history of homelessness, history of drug/alcohol misuse, and physical or mental health conditions). They run an employability program for 16 weeks where participants gain work experience and training at one […]

Could you be a modern day abolitionist? Ending modern day slavery in Croydon, Kingston and all London, by Michael Quick (Everyday Croydon) and Akhtar Shah (Everyday Kingston)

If you were to name some of the most profitable organisations throughout 2014 – 2015 I’m sure Google, Nike & Starbucks would come to mind. But while Google were delivering the most widely used search engine out there, Nike were still becoming one of most globally recognised brands and a new Starbucks appeared to be […]