Tackling social inequality and changing lives
St Giles is a charity using expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people to progress towards positive futures.
Change one life, inspire change in a community
We help people held back by poverty, exploited, abused, dealing with addiction or mental health problems, caught up in crime or a combination of these issues and others. We show people there is a way to build a better future – for themselves and those they care about – and help them create this through support, advice and training.
We rely on your support to help us deliver our services. Today, we help over 15,875 people each year through our services across the UK.
Saving to the taxpayer for every
£1 invested in our peer-led services
The people we work with come from all different backgrounds, situations and ages. Our approach is not one-size-fits-all. We work with each person as an individual, helping them realise their future goals.
When St Giles first met him, 20 year old Jack* had been the victim of a serious assault and had...
Harry* is at college studying engineering and pursuing a career just like any other 16 year old. However, not so...
15 year old Theo is celebrating taking part in his first ever professional boxing match – a huge milestone for...
I started working with St Giles in May 2018 and completed the information, Advice and Guidance course in December 2018....
When his caseworker first met him, he had been arrested for possession of a knife and county line involvement. Timid...
Raymond (name changed to protect his identity) was referred to St Giles after an eight day missing episode when he...
Andrew describes his work with Colin who needed help to increase his confidence after battling depression and anxiety. “I came...
Our team took a call regarding Hendrick, a 16 year old from London who had been missing for over a...
People we’ve helped create a positive ripple and often inspire others they know to make similar changes. This was the...
The Peer Hubs
Bringing change for individuals,
communities and organisations