Flash, The Tiny Teenage Tortoise

Flash, the Tiny Teenage Tortoise. ‘A tortoise will never be homeless, he carries his home on his back. ‘ When Mary McClarey became the proud keeper of a tortoise called “Flash” it gave her the idea of writing a book which would raise funds for people experiencing homelessness. Read more

Training teams update

Please read this update on our training centres. Read more

Shekinah's Autumn 2020 Training Newsletter

Read our latest training news here! Read more

Shekinah Quarterly Newsletter, June 2020

Read all our latest news here! Read more

CEO Update - 27th May, 2020

Read the latest update from our CEO John Hamblin amid Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read more

Leonard Stocks Centre Update

Please read this update on our Hostel in Torbay. Read more

Housing First Update

The Housing First team are doing excellent work in Torbay, please read this update from Emma their Team Leader. Read more

Skipton Building Society Donation

Skipton Building Society offers 'double your money' to charities! Read more

Mad Dog Mcrea Event

Mad Dog Mcrea kindly chose to raise money for Shekinah during one of their Lockdown Live Streams. Read more

Drop-In Centre Update

Our Drop-In Centre on Bath Street is now temporarily closed ... Read more

Make Amends Update

Due to the current Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) here is an update of our Make Amends service. Read more

CEO Update - 23rd March to 27th May, 2020

Here is an update from our CEO John Hamblin regarding the COVID-19 situation and how you can best support us at this critical time. Read more

A few pictures of our Charity Ball from start to finish!

Shekinah's Charity Ball took place on Saturday, 29th February 2020 at The Brickfields. Read more

Make Amends Impact Report

Make Amends are delighted to publish their Impact Report! Read more

Christmas Press Release

Shekinah Christmas lunch supported by local businesses Read more

Shekinah Grow in RHS Newsletter

Read Shekinah Grow's article in the RHS South West in Bloom newsletter. Read more

Visit of the Princess Royal

On 15th May, 2018 our restorative justice service Make Amends was formally launched by HRH The Princess Royal - who is patron of the Restorative Justice Council. Read more