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Reformed gang members are the key to the SOS Project's success

February 2014
A study into the approach used by our award-winning SOS Project uncovered the benefits of using specially trained former gang members
 

St Giles Trust's 2014 Impact Report is available

6 January 2014
Our 2014 Impact Report is here. It highlights our performance over the financial year 2013/14, gives a summary of our accounts and includes stories from those we have helped.
 

Peer-led support helps offenders resettle

21 August 2013
Through NIACE's Community Learning Innovation Fund, we have been able to provide support to ex-offenders and their families through our established model of peer-led projects
 

Support for female prison leavers reduces re-offending

An evaluation into our WIRE service has demonstrated why women leaving prison need intensive help. Our support halved the re-offending rates amongst the women in the sample - most of who...
 

Benefits of early intervention

8 April 2014
We commissioned a study to examine the potential savings of preventative work with disadvantaged families where one family member is involved in the criminal justice system.
 

The cost benefits case for Through the Gates

A groundbreaking economic analysis into our Through the Gates service was carried out in 2009. It concluded that for every £1 invested in this service, £10 in savings to the ...
 

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