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Stroud News and Journal 2nd May 2018

Many, many thanks to Staff Sergeant Steve Merchant and his team: Sam, Des and Gautam from 50 Squadron 29 Regiment The Royal Logistic Corps for cooking a brilliant barbecue for Marah’s guests at our Drop-In on Wednesday 2nd May. The…
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Jamacia Inn supports marah

A big thank you goes out to the Jamaica Inn Kitchen for providing and cooking fantastic food at the Marah Drop-In on Saturday 28th April. Everyone really enjoyed the food and we thank Derrick from Jamaica Inn for supporting Marah…

100 Friends challenge

Marah Trust has raised more than £100 at its 100 Friends meet and greet fundraising event in the grounds of St Laurence Church. A free drop-in service is run three times a week by the Stroud-based Christian charitable organisation the…

Homelessness and an example of Marah’s work

The aim of the sleep-out was to raise awareness of homelessness and to raise funds for the Marah Trust, who support vulnerable and socially excluded people in Stroud. More details can be found here: Flyer, Press Release. You can make a donation…
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Could you be a Rough Trader?

The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of the numbers of people in Stroud who have no fixed abode. This means that they do not have a place to call home. National figures tell us that one in…
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Supporting vulnerable and marginalised people in the Stroud area

The Drop-in provides a place where adults (over 16’s) can meet and talk together and with Marah staff and volunteers, in a relaxed, non-threatening environment. This is and will continue to be Marah’s first point of contact. The Drop-in is open…