Our aim is to help vulnerable 1st and 2nd generation Scots in London to establish a secure tenancy and lead a healthy, independent life.
We offer a range of services providing information, advice and advocacy, birth certificates for identification purposes, accommodation and referrals to specialist projects and an outreach worker service.
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Charlie was born in Edinburgh and spent most of his childhood in care. As a young adult, he began using heroin to suppress memories of the abuse he suffered as a child. In 2015, he came to London to work in construction, holding down a job for several years. However, following the loss of his […]
We welcome Andrew Ellison (pictured) as our new Fundraising Officer. Andrew says, “This is a really exciting opportunity to address a prevalent issue, to work towards reducing homelessness across London. I look forward to helping raise vital funds for Borderline to carry out its important work to support homeless Scots to live healthy and independent […]