New charity partnership helping homeless find a home

New charity partnership helping homeless find a home
Staff from Thames Reach and The Guinness Partnership

We are proud to unveil our new partnership with homelessness charity Thames Reach. Over the next two years we are supporting them with a grant for their work, as well as sharing the skills and expertise of our own staff.

Jim Dickson, Guinness Partnership Board member, said: "Thames Reach do vital work helping homeless and vulnerable people to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. We are excited to be supporting with a charity working on the front line and tackling homelessness in such an innovative and compassionate way.

"As we celebrate our 125th anniversary, our partnership with Thames Reach is an opportunity to mark our founder’s original vision back in 1890. Sir Edward Cecil Guinness's sense of purpose has been a guiding force since we were founded 125 years ago, and we continue to believe in his vision: to improve people’s lives when they need it most."

Thames Reach’s Chief Executive, Jeremy Swain, said: "We are delighted to be entering into this collaboration with Guinness. The interest Guinness staff have shown in our work has been encouraging. I believe we will increase our capability to transform the lives of homeless people."