This charity has been recently registered - it does not need to update its information until 10 months after its first financial period ends.
The objects of the Hostel shall be;-
(a) to carry on for the benefit of the community the provision of accommodation for men 18 years and over who are homeless upon terms appropriate to their means. In particular the Hostel shall provide accommodation for homeless men who suffer other disadvantages, inter alia, addiction to alcohol, drugs, gambling that render them unable to secure other accommodation.
(b) to promote the welfare and well-being of all its guests irrespective of race, creed, sexual inclination, religious or political opinion.
(c) to foster the conditions within the Hostel that will empower the guests to help themselves through the establishment of a homely, caring and supportive environment in which to live.
(d) to promote the welfare and well-being of all guests and in particular to work to improve their health, education, training and to foster their spiritual and personal development.
(e) to encourage a spirit of self-help and self-development through the maintenance of a patient, caring and supportive environment.
(f) to establish within the Hostel a Catholic ethos which respects the dignity of every person and which is based on the practical aspects of Christian ethics and Catholic social doctrine on poverty, homelessness and the person.
(g) to encourage and promote the embracing and deepening of a faith in Christ as an object and means of improving the welfare and well-being of all guests.
(h) to encourage and promote education and training as a means of improving the welfare and well-being of all guests.
(i) to work to relieve poverty, its causes and consequences among all guests.
The hostel aims to encourage co-operation with other persons, groups, agencies, bodies and associations to achieve the objects of the Hostel.
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