Bethany Christian Trust


Bethany Christian Trust supports homeless and vulnerable people in Scotland to find, equip and maintain a home within their local community. The Trust also supports individuals and families to help them tackle long-term homelessness and related problems such as addictions, debt, unemployment and social isolation.


In Aberdeen, Bethany runs or is involved with the following initiatives:

  • Befriending Aberdeen – seeks to help older people enjoy a better quality of life. Through the befriending service, people are encouraged to get active and to build new friendships to help combat isolation and loneliness.
  • The Quay Project – a city centre drop in service which caters for marginalised and vulnerable people within the community.
  • Kings Community Project – responding to the needs of homeless and vulnerable people in the city, focusing on advice and information, accommodation and resettlement support, healthcare, work and education opportunities, social and personal support.
  • Passing the Baton – a practical volunteering project working across Scotland to help people in danger of becoming homeless to settle into communities and build up their own social networks.

For more information about Bethany Christian Trust visit the website or you can also email them

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