We are committed to measuring the impact of our work and learning from the findings. Our services and the staff working for them have won many awards over the years.
Saving to the taxpayer for every
£1 invested in our peer-led services
20,671 New Clients
Were helped by us last year (2019/2020)
607 Reduced County Lines Involvement
Children and young people reduced their involvement or made a complete exit (2019/2020)
95,000+ SOS+ Session Participants
Helped prevent children and young people from becoming vulnerable to criminal exploitation (2019/2020).
699 Clients Found Employment
Due to the work of teams across St Giles (2019/2020)
5,568 Permanent Housing Finds
Helped our clients find somewhere stable to live (2019/2020).
389 New Peer Advisors
People increasing their skills and helping others in the process (2019/2020)
The Difference We Make
Evaluations enable us to learn and consistently improve our 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.
I started working with St Giles in May 2018 and completed the information, Advice and Guidance course in...
When his caseworker first met him, he had been arrested for possession of a knife and county line...
Raymond (name changed to protect his identity) was referred to St Giles after an eight day missing episode...
Andrew describes his work with Colin who needed help to increase his confidence after battling depression and anxiety....
Prison leavers can face a host of setbacks when they try to look for work and it can...
Serious violence against young people can rob them of their futures. When Sonya, our caseworker Royal London Hospital...
Our team took a call regarding Hendrick, a 16 year old from London who had been missing for...
People we’ve helped create a positive ripple and often inspire others they know to make similar changes. This...
When Jane first came into contact with us, she was living in a hostel and struggling with mental...
Children moving from primary school to secondary school could be at risk of criminal exploitation, according to charity...Read article
More than half of parents are unconcerned about the risks of child criminal exploitation, with the number of...Read article