RUFC v Millwall

Published: 01/04/2024

Shiloh Rotherham Shiloh Rotherham is a charity that offers support to adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We provide person centred wrap-around services both at our day centre and via outreach services in the community. All donations received go towards resourcing our frontline services which include: housing advice, education & training, support… Continue reading RUFC v Millwall

Shiloh Rotherham

Shiloh Rotherham is a charity that offers support to adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We provide person centred wrap-around services both at our day centre and via outreach services in the community. All donations received go towards resourcing our frontline services which include: housing advice, education & training, support for health & addictions, rapid re-housing assistance, personal mentoring, creative activities, catering and the provision of practical resources.

Everyone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness will receive a warm welcome at Shiloh.

Our friendly, trained staff and volunteers are on hand to help you engage with a range of partners including Rotherham Council’s Homeless Team, Job Centre Plus, Citizens Advice,. Free hot food, drinks, computer access & pastoral support are also available.

We offer a safe place where people will be accepted and supported throughout their time with us. We work alongside every guest to help them to plan for and realise a better future. Our services include:

It was lovely to hear these words from a guest recently:

“I thought my situation was impossible, but somehow you found a way out for me. You made the impossible happen even in the strangest of situations. You are extraordinary people doing an extraordinary job.”

£10 donation could buy a meal for five of our guests.

Pedalling for a Purpose: Family Embarks on Tour de Autism to Support National Autistic Society, Cycling Through Local Yorkshire Stadiums

RUCT recently met with two inspirational men who set themselves a remarkable challenge all in aim of fundraising for the National Autistic Society. Robert Campbell, has become an avid supporter for the National Autistic Society after his 4 year old son was diagnosed with autism at the start of 2023. Since the diagnosis he and his family have been working hard to educate themselves about autism, as well as taking on some amazing fundraising activities.

Following completing running 100 miles in October 2022, a bucket collection at Barnsley F.C. and a raffle, he set himself a new challenge – the Tour de Autism, where they cycled from Barnsley to 5 Yorkshire football stadiums.

Whilst at the New York Stadium, Rob said that “Harry has always been a big fan of football, and loves going to football matches so to have so many local teams involved in this and other fundraisers that we have done is incredible.”

“Autism is there, and statistically people with autism aren’t in employment, struggle at school more and so many other things and this shouldn’t be happening in today’s day and age. So I will keep banging the drum to help raise awareness for the rest of my life.”

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