Thames Reach annual reviews provide stories from the year, information about what we do and our plans for the future, and detailed financial information.
The Annual Review 2009 focuses on the extraordinary team of people working for Thames Reach across London 24 hours a day, seven days a week, helping those that need it most.
Meet the people who use our services and are getting the support to turn their lives around. And some of the people helping them.
The journey out of homelessness can be long and painful. But at Thames Reach we never give up on anyone, no matter how challenging their behaviour or how difficult their situation may seem.
Listen to Jeremy and Ken interviewed for the 2007 Annual Review about where Thames Reach has come from, where it is headed, and what makes the charity unique.
Every homeless person has a unique story. Some share the same problems, such as drug and alcohol misuse, mental health issues, loneliness and depression. Here we show you how, given the right support, people have made real and lasting changes in their lives.
Thames Reach helps homeless people get a roof over their heads. Problem solved, right? Unfortunately it’s not as simple as that. As long as people feel they are friendless, their days aimless and their lives meaningless, there's very little to stop them becoming homeless again...
We believe that each of the people who use our services, however marginalised by society, has a story that's worth listening to. And it’s only by listening that we can give them back a sense of themselves and help them find their place in the world again...
Homelessness is what happens when society’s safety net fails. Imagine you were left without a support network of family and friends, without an income, and in a fragile state of mind. It would be comparatively easy to fall through the net and find yourself with nowhere to live...