marah News


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…
Rich people give food to the poor. starvation concept

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…

Cardboard city update

Cardboard City sponsorship and donations collected so far: £5,032. Marah thanks everyone who took part in the event, all those who sponsored them or made a donation and everyone who helped in making the event a success. We would like to…

Cardboard City in Stroud

Twenty five supporters of The Marah Trust spent a night sleeping out in order to raise money through sponsorship. Press coverage here: Stroud News and Journal, Stroud Life

Cardboard City in Stroud

The date and full details of the Cardboard City event will be available from Monday 3rd February. More later …. Marah Trust is proud to announce the return of our Cardboard City fundraising event. We are looking for kind and…