Ending homelessness in Scotland...one person at a time

That’s what we’re all about. Every year, thanks to people like you, we are supporting nearly 7,000 people in Scotland.

We’re working with individuals and local communities across Scotland to prevent and end homelessness.

We support families, young people, people who are sleeping rough and those recovering from addiction. The need for our services is growing and your support is vital.

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Latest News

Queen’s Award for Care Van Volunteers

Thu 2nd June 2022

The Care Van, which serves people experiencing homelessness in Edinburgh, has been announced as a

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Big Bethany Sleep Out raises over £30,000 for people facing homelessness in Scotland

Fri 8th April 2022

Our annual Big Bethany Sleep Out, which took place on Friday, 11 March, has raised

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Summerhall Bethany Shop Reopens!

Wed 16th February 2022

Earlier this week, our Summerhall Bethany Shop celebrated its Grand Reopening, after being closed for

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Over 3000 Caring Christmas Trees sold in 2021

Fri 28th January 2022

We are pleased to announce that we sold a whopping 3126 Caring Christmas Trees and

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Buy A Bed raises £94,634 for homelessness support

Thu 27th January 2022

Buy a Bed campaign raises an amazing £94, 634 towards the Rapid Re-accommodation Welcome Centre

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Press and Journal: The people spreading Christmas spirit near you

Tue 28th December 2021

We are delighted to be included in the Press and Journal’s article on the people

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Get Active @ Morningside Bethany Shop!

Tue 28th December 2021

Looking to leap into the New Year?!   From the 29 December until the end

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Summerhall Bethany Shop Closed for Refurbishment

Thu 16th December 2021

Our Summerhall Bethany Shop will be getting a New Year makeover closing on the 31

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Service Stats and Figures for 2020-2021!

Wed 17th November 2021

Our Operational Impact Report 2021 is now out! Featuring a bite-size breakdown of our service

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Caring Christmas Trees is back!

Mon 1st November 2021

The Caring Christmas Trees website is officially open. Pre-order your freshly-cut Grade 1 Nordman Fir,

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Latest Events

Retro & Vintage Fair 2022

Sat 30th July 2022

The Bethany Shop’s annual Retro & Vintage Fair is back! Prepare for a first-class vintage

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The Big Bethany Sleep Out is BACK!

Fri 11th March 2022

And this time, it’s hybrid. Join us for the annual Big Bethany Sleep Out either

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Get Active @ Bethany Shop Morningside

Wed 29th December 2021

Needing a reset? Begin the new year with positive and manageable changes with our fantastic

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Retro and Vintage Fair

Sat 21st August 2021

Beginning on Saturday 21st August, we are transforming one of our charity shops (the one

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The Kiltwalk is Back!

Fri 23rd April 2021

This April the Kiltwalk is back as a virtual challenge so you can join in the fun wherever you are! Pick your own challenge for the 23-25th April – it could be a trampoline bounceathon, fun run or a tartan trek through your local area.

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Join the Captain Tom 100

Fri 30th April 2021

We’re delighted to announce a new way you can support Bethany and celebrate the legacy of Sir Tom Moore: the #CaptainTom100!

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Bethany Sleep Out at Home 2021!

Fri 19th March 2021

We’re calling on you all to sleep out on the night of 19th March but rather than doing so in one big venue, sleep out at home! Choose a secure, isolated environment such as a private garden, allotment, garage or even a fort in your living room – the choice is yours!

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Say Thank You to our Bethany Heroes

Thu 30th April 2020

We want to say a massive THANK YOU to all of our frontline workers and

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Take Part in the 2.6 Challenge!

Sun 26th April 2020

Join the 2.6 Challenge to support Bethany Christian Trust! The 2.6 Challenge takes place on

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Big Sleep Out 2020 – Update

Fri 20th March 2020

In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak and government guidelines we are taking sensible precautions

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