Job Vacancy – 1 x Chef/Housekeeper (Blackpool) £8.75 per hour Blackpool The Ashley Foundation is Blackpool’s largest homelessness charity and offers accommodation with support to vulnerable single homeless people.  We

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Job Vacancy – 1 x Support Officer (Blackpool) The Ashley Foundation is a homelessness charity which offers accommodation with support to vulnerable single homeless people, delivering responsive and innovative support

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Celebrating Alternative Role Models on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show our Dads just how much they mean and thank them for everything they do for us. However, for one reason or another,

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Community Café & Hub Manager (Blackpool) Salary: £24,000 – 26,000 p.a. (dependent on experience) The Ashley Foundation is Blackpool’s largest homelessness charity (Reg. No. 1063208) and offers accommodation with support

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Homelessness: To give or not to give?

As homelessness hits an all-time high in the UK, more and more people are reaching out to try and support those people who live on the margins of our society

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Exploring the link between Mental Health and Homelessness

Exploring the link between Mental Health and Homelessness   The subject of a person’s mental health in today’s society is one of concern and worry, all too often we are

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One Clear Winner

It’s official Elm House won our inter-hostel football cup tournament this month. Even more unfortunately they managed it quite easily in the end too. A worthy win! This month’s tournament,

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A game of two halves

This is the second running of our five-a-side football match, the first took place in November last year when the mighty Holly House took the crown with relative ease, when

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The Ashley Foundation welcomes Alicja Stankiewicz

We’re delighted to welcome student Alicja Stankiewicz, who’s joined us recently as a volunteer. Alicja is currently studying Business at Blackpool and The Fylde College and, as part of her course,

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Get to know the team…..meet John

Meet John Burke, in 2013 he joined The Ashley Foundation as a volunteer, now fast forward to 2019 and John has gone from a volunteer to a Duty Night Supervisor

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