Soldiers Off The Street – Scotland: Registered Charity No.SC042204
Around 10-12% of rough sleepers in the United Kingdom are veterans of the British Armed Forces. Many veterans sleeping rough have PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) & associated conditions such as alcohol &/or drug addictions as a result.
As well as helping veterans who have been sleeping rough, we also help those who are “sofa surfing” & veterans who are in accommodation but find themselves facing homelessness through no fault of their own.
Our aim is to get as many homeless veterans off the streets & back into normal, civilian life as possible. We are a small team of a regular, core volunteers. None of us receives a wage of any kind & we all fit our work with Soldiers Off The Street – Scotland around our own jobs & family life.
While we rely on our small, core group of volunteers, we receive no governmental funding & we cannot continue our work with homeless veterans without the kindness & generosity of the general public.
There are many ways you can help us, & further details can be found on our “How You Can Help Page”. However, if you would like to donate, you can do so in the following ways:
Via PayPal by clcking on the PayPal button below:
Thank you from those who cannot thank you themselves!
Alternatively, you can send a donation by cheque or postal order, made payable to ‘Soldiers Off The Street’ & send to:
Soldiers Off The Street Scotland
New Douglas Park
Please give generously. If you can't, why not just give the price of a pint –Soldiers off the Street - Scotland
No one within Soldiers Off The Street Scotland receives any wage whatsoever. 100% of all donations go into the running of Soldiers Off The Street Scotland.–Soldiers off the Street - Scotland
">S.O.T.S have no affiliation with any political party whatsoever, & is a non political charity set up to help homeless ex-services personnel–Soldiers off the Street - Scotland
The only time it is acceptable to look down on any one
IS when you are reaching for their hand to help them back up again!–Soldiers off the Street - Scotland