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St Giles Trust scoops top diversity award

19 May 2915
St Giles Trust has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to harnessing diversity in the workplace. We have won Diverse Company Award for Charity in the prestigious 2015 Excelle...
 

Lord Gus O'Donnell announced as Patron of St Giles Trust

18 May 2015
The former Head of the Civil Service joins former Lord Chief Justice Lord Phillips, BAFTA-winning actress Jenny Agutter and Dame Liz Forgan as our latest Patron.
 

STAR Project is Highly Commended in the Criminal Justice Alliance Awards

17 March 2015
The STAR Project – which helps ex-offenders and disadvantaged people into employment – were highly commended by HRH The Princess Royal in an awards ceremony at the Fitzwilliam Museum ...
 

St Giles Trust backs Home Affairs Committee recommendations

27 February 2015
We endorse the findings in today's report published by the Home Affairs Committee which calls for urgent action to reduce the involvement of children in gangs and carry out preventative w...
 

St Giles Trust retains Best Companies ranking

St Giles Trust has been recognised as one of Britain's top not-for-profit employers. This year, we have been ranked 11th overall in the Sunday Times 100 Best Not For Profit Organisations ...
 

Working Out Ipswich is open for business

4 February 2014
Ipswich service dedicated to supporting people to move their life forward opens for business. Working Out will help our clients into employment whilst being supported by someone who has ...
 

Help us help our clients through fundraising for us!

Whether walking, running, cycling, swimming, baking or quizzing is your thing, we have the right challenge for you!
 

About Choices

Funded by HSBC, Choices helps young people into work, education and training through helping them overcome any barrier which might be holding them back.
 

Businesses tell of their best employees - ex-offenders

Introduced by Sir Richard Branson, a new campaign film made for St Giles Trust tells why ex-offenders should not be barred from the workplace.
 

Why ex-offenders are the best ones to help others reform

25 February 2014
Find out why Lord Phillips, Sir Bernard Hogan Howe and others believe in putting ex-offenders at the centre of the solution