£9.30 per hour (zero hours with the opportunity for overtime) The Ashley Foundation is a large homelessness charity and offers accommodation with support to vulnerable single homeless people.  We are

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Our café, The Café@264, have signed up for the government ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme. We are pleased to announce our Community Café, The Café@264, have signed up to

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We recently sat down with an anonymous resident to discuss how they came to The Ashley Foundation and their experiences with ourselves. Can you tell me a bit about yourself?

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Welcome Ben

The Café@264 was opened in September 2019. Upon opening, Ben started working for The Ashley Foundation at the café. We sat down to discuss his appointment to The Ashley Foundation

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Welcome Liam

The Ashley Foundation have recently appointed Liam to be our new chef/housekeeper. We sat down and discussed his appointment with him. Good afternoon Liam, welcome to The Ashley Foundation. Can

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In the UK, the value of food waste is more than £20 billion per year. This food waste comes from suppliers, retail and households, but there are things being done

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Happy Feet

The ladies from Forgotten Feet have visited our hostels. Homelessness can be caused by many factors. Mental health, drug and alcohol misuse, or just bad luck can be a factor.

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Working with Carr Hill

We are excited to announce that Carr Hill High School have chosen The Ashley Foundation as their designated charity. Carr Hill High School, based in Kirkham, is an 11-16 school

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No ID – No problem

We are delighted to announce we are working with HSBC to help those who are homeless to open a bank account. One of the many issues that those who are

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Working with Shelter

Our vision at The Ashley Foundation is to relieve the poverty faced by homeless, vulnerable persons in need. We were therefore delighted to welcome Charlotte Bryson from Shelter to one

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