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Previously homeless man Keith has been given accommodation and training by the charitable housing association BCHA and is now applying for jobs.
Bournemouth schoolboy Cooper Baccus will plunge into the sea this month dressed as Santa Claus to fund Christmas lunches for young people at risk of homelessness.
More than a quarter of the young people who have come to BCHA through the government’s Kickstart scheme have gone on to secure permanent jobs with us. Here, Paige Hutchings talks about how Kickstart has helped kickstart her career
A scheme which makes it easy for people to donate money to support local people experiencing homelessness, is being expanded in the run up to Christmas.
Graeme Southwood from BCHA recently discussed how BCHA took its first steps into the brave new world of IoT - the “Internet of Things” at the Smart Building Show
An 11-year-old boy, who was saddened by the plight of a rough sleeper on a Dorset street has made pizzas for homeless BCHA customers.
Debbie Marlow stands side by side people facing true crises in their lives. Here, Debbie talks of the deep satisfaction she feels from being there for people when they most need it.
Over 40 million people are held in modern slavery here in the UK and across the world. BCHA has joined with 17 other charities in a letter to government, calling for their views to be heard

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