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Scotland News - November

Energize At the start of the month, Energize hosted a day of feedback, sharing ideas and listening to users & contributors of our fantastic online resource. We had a wonderful, energetic day where we dreamed big, shared vision for what Energize could become and listened to feedback from those who view Energize...

Anthony Narain

"My job is so much better than I could have ever imagined!"

"I’ve have been a youth worker for 13 years and in early 2011 I was introduced to Sara Taylor (Senior Impact Team Leader) who sold me Energize and shortly after we became friends. She was so inspiring and shared passionately about Urban Saints and what they do. From that moment, I wanted to join...

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New website launches

We are just a little excited... it's our pleasure to reveal the new Urban Saints website! Do take a look around and make yourself at home. We've taken our time to redevelop the site, which was last updated back in 2012, to put a greater emphasis on recruiting and supporting volunteers. We...

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Support US as you shop online

Did you know that you can raise money for Urban Saints while you do your online shopping? You can do your bit to support Urban Saints when taking advantage of the latest sales and offers too. Even better you can do so without it costing you anything more! Give As You Live It takes 2...

Urban Saints Ireland Camp

Join our Camps team - Ireland 2020

Join our team We are looking for people who have a heart to serve and lead on our Camps this coming year and help us make them the most memorable week for the young people who attend. We are delighted to host 4 Camps each year: Easter Girls and Easter Boys in Portadown...

Edgar the dragon and his kindly friend Ava as featured in the 2019 John Lewis Christmas advert. They are walking along together through their snow-covered town

Edgar the Dragon

(First published on the Additional Needs Blogfather blog) "Children with additional needs are best supported and helped not by trying to get them to ‘fit in’, or by trying to change them into someone that they are not and can never be, but by helping everyone to accept them for who...