Borderline

Supporting Homeless Scots in London

Borderline says ‘Thank you’ to donors and supporters

On a beautiful summer’s evening, with stunning views of St Paul’s Cathedral from a sun-lit balcony in St Paul’s Churchyard, Borderline hosted a special event to thank our donors and supporters.

At the reception, a first for the charity, Borderline CEO, Shona Fleming and Chair Rev. Philip Majcher spoke about  the important work donors support that provides a lifeline to homeless Scots and helps reduce homelessness and rough sleep throughout London.

Speaking about the progress Borderline has made gaining new donors, engaging partner organisations, and expanding services, including the Scottish Outreach Worker project, Shona said:  “I think it’s fair to say that we’ve come a long way and I’m delighted to be able to tell you this evening that we have agreed with The Connection to expand the project to include another outreach worker and volunteers to support the outreach workers in raising awareness of the service.

She told the reception attendees, “With your support, we’ve gone from strength to strength, so a big thank you from all of us – we really couldn’t have done it without you.”